Thursday, February 9, 2012
Each and every season, world-renowned custom couture cleaner Madame Paulette® fashions its window displays to be over the top and better than its competition. Everyone is in awe this winter as Madame Paulette® decked the walls with fur, couture and nature; fur pieces designed by Helen Yarmak, elegant evening gowns designed by Naeem Khan, Valentino, Pronovias, stuffed taxidermy including a bear cub, a turkey, a wolf and a porcupine in a rich forest scenery with real pine trees topped with artificial snow.
Madame Paulette’s boutique is strategically nestled within the noted Upper East Side neighborhood in an area with a high volume of foot traffic. Madame Paulette’s demographic includes high profile celebrities, socialites and fashionistas and its windows rival luxury department stores such as Bergdorf Goodman and Saks Fifth Avenue.
Madame Paulette® offers an array of cleaning services including designer apparel cleaning, fine European tailoring, bridal cleaning and preservation, bridal alterations, couture care, vintage care, hand-laundering of shirts, fine linens and bedding, interior cleaning, and restoration services including leather, suede and fur cleaning.
ABOUT MADAME PAULETTE®: Founded half a century ago, having achieved the status of being the finest Custom Couture Cleaner in the world, Madame Paulette® offers state-of-the-art, unrivaled cleaning services for its clientele — including internationally-renowned Couture designers (Vera Wang, Oscar de la Renta, Christian Dior and Chanel, among others), retail establishments (Bergdorf Goodman and Saks Fifth Avenue), celebrities (Alicia Keys, Chelsea Clinton, Eva Longoria), high-profile VIPs (Carl Ichan, Donald Trump, Anna Wintour) and iconic establishments (The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art). Madame Paulette® boasts an unparalleled expertise and attention to detail.
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Posted by Madame Paulette at 5:27 PM