By Natacha Baco signs a new Parisian series

December 12, 2016 | By Pagnifik

Among the brands that offer contemporary creations with wax in France, “By Natacha Baco” has clearly outperformed and has established itself over time as one of those to absolutely follow. 

It must be said that the designer has a very special aesthetic, made of symmetries and original cuts. It is especially the economic model of the brand that makes it an exception in the environment. Rather than producing ready-to-wear pieces in quantity, by Natacha Baco has chosen to distribute its parts only with custom orders. By choosing her model in the designer's portfolio, we have the same possibility to choose her fabric and even make changes. 

This model is similar to what can be seen in some African countries with stylists who offer tailor-made outfits and, to a lesser extent, the model of neighborhood dressmakers. The difference here is by Natacha Baco has a universe and style of her own that can be found in all of these creations. 

In 2015, the brand realized a series of photographs "La Parisienne" featuring some of her creations in a Parisian landscape. She re-edits again with new models made for the flash sale of December.

The principle of flash sales is to allow customers, over a short period of time, to order their models By Natacha Baco at preferential rates. If you are interested in one or the other of these models, please note that the flash sale starts today, December 12th.   

On the menu, ultra-feminine dress, long oversize style jacket, skirt ... with cuts just as original as the others. To order and / or have details on prices or deadlines, it is directly on the site of the brand By Natacha Baco


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