One-of-a-kind pieces that will become a staple in your wardrobe
Two French designers revisit the timeless Kimono. The birth of a new classic.
For Pierre Letz and Daniel Martin, the French designers behind the label LETZMARTIN, the world of fashion has been decisive in their lives. One influenced by the Creators, the other by his journey in Haute Couture, the designers chose to create unique and exceptional pieces as an illustration of their taste for refinement and carefully executed work.
The Kimonos Couture has been developed with reference to a traditional clothing and are destined to become classics to be put in every wardrobe.
Refined fabrics serve as a support for their creativity and show a diversity through combining different colors and materials used.
The designers’ Couture universe has helped to create these multi-layered, reversible garments. Featuring two different lengths, they can be worn in any circumstance day or night. These unique, seasonless pieces will become a staple in your wardrobe.
Pierre and Daniel’s passion for Couture continues to bring them the same joy they’ve given their international clients. Their creativity, renewed by their love of travel, gives life to pieces imbued with a distinct sensibility and full of character. The designers vow to create only exceptional Couture, and invite women all over the world to the share with them their admiration for beautifully crafted garments that are meant to last a lifetime.
French craftsmanship at its finest
The great care the designers give to the realization of each model has always been a main focus in their work. Their know-how has always been a guarantee of quality and enabled them to collaborate through Maison Lemarié with internationally renowned brands, such as Chanel, Ralph Lauren, Ralph Rucci, Ungaro, Yves Saint-Laurent and Vera Wang.
As Couture Creators, they draw sketches to be proposed to the client, a canvas is then elaborated to put in scale for the chosen model, then several fittings in the selected materials will follow, until the final realization of the garment is reached.