What is prêt–à–porter (RTW)?

What is prêt–à–porter?Pret-a-Porter ( RTW), French, are read-to-wear clothing made in standard sizes. RTW designer collections are targeted to the demands of masses at more affordable prices than haute couture. Ready-to-wear clothing is usually more informal and practical than haute couture that you can wear everyday.  Pret-a-porter is more affordable because it is not made by hand (labor intensive) for a specific person or made from as expensive fabrics and trims as haute couture. Most designers and fashion houses produce pret-a-porter (RTW) to expand their business. RTW designer collections enable more women to own something designed by a famous designer and/or fashion house.




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