RUECAMBON for BACKROOM by Simona Fra’
“The woman who tries to look like does not exist, but you exist and you’re beautiful” Proust RUECAMBON always supported the naturalness of women, and loves curves!
Education: Polimoda Ent Art in Florenc, Italy
Brand Features: The “back room” is the leitmotif of the brand, seen as a rare, exclusive… why not clearly “exposed”, not easily available to all… something precious to be discovered! A must for every collection is the allure that recalls the retro charm of old stories to relive in a new story yet to be written. However a BackRoom garment can’t never truly be considered finished until it is the personality of the wearer that complete it.
Creates: Women’s sartorial clothing. All collections are hand made and with only fabrics made in Italy. Each piece is unique, and encompasses all the passion, attention to detail and continuous style research that gives genuine exclusivity. Backroom addition to creating dresses, skirts, tops, pants, t-shirts, bags and accessories, in addition to the first wedding dress, renewal, changing to art, vintage dresses and old tshirts that we do not want to throw away for sentimental reasons but that are decidedly unfashionable! RUECAMBON making them current, trendy, cool and above all unique because they customized!
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