There is something intriguing, almost magical, about Unique Wear. It is a collection of extraordinary garments which are created as single and unique pieces of art. Unique Wear is the product of high-quality textiles collected from all over the world combined with the elegance and originality of fashion.
Every piece of Unique Wear is, as the name suggest, unique in all its aspects. We select sophisticated and rare materials from all over the world which are produced through traditional hand-made processes of weaving and coloring that can last up to one year of work. Unlike many common fashion items, the material is not used to fit the design of the garment, we first study the textile`s visual and textural features and symbolism in order to create a piece of clothing which is apt to fit the material itself. Thus, the textile becomes more than an ordinary fabric-it is a piece of art which triggers our creativity and encourages us to treat it so that its qualities can be highlighted as practically and beautifully as possible.
The production of the garments is performed in Bali and followed by the French fashion designer Meriem Peillet, who also runs the brands Quidzy and Pantai and claims: `I consider that the best I have to do (and this is what I do every day) is to be hard enough to demand the best of the quality, teaching to my workers, without any arrogance, what the western standard of quality in fashion is and how to reach it, so that in future they can strongly require from their customers the right and correct price for the product and the quality they supply and continue to work and live with dignity.`
Hence, each single step of the creation of Unique Wear is followed with care and accurateness, with a close, respectful, receptive and friendly collaboration between the employers and employees.
With Unique Wear, the traditional knowledge and skills of the artisans who create the fabrics is combined with the elegance and modernity of high-fashion designs. The result is a collection of inimitable clothing which carries an subtle esoteric cultural significance.