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Danielle Margaux by Danielle Margaux Vermaas

Danielle Margaux is a Stellenbosch (South-Africa) based fashion house establish in December 2009. This high-end fashion brand was created by Danielle Margaux Vermaas. She is a qualified fashion designer, with a National Diploma in Fashion Design from the Cape Peninsula University of Technology. Danielle Vermaas has years of working experience in the industry locally and abroad, ranging from training in fashion buying to assisting on fashion shoots for various magazines.

She started her designer career as a pattern drafter at renowned Cape Town fashion house Kluk/CGDT and later became creative design assistant and production manager. She has also worked with Cape Town designers Paul Van Zyl and Gabi Rosenwerth. As she started as a pattern drafter, the fit of the garments are extremely important to her and only the highest standard of quality acceptable. Her time at these designers, exposed her to the business side and created awareness.

Danielle Vermaas designs for women who are confident and who like to make subtle statement. Clients seeking classic garments with a modern feel are offered the luxury of having clothing designed and cut to exact specifications. This service includes the creation of such in-demand items as wedding dresses and made-to-order evening-wear and tailored garments. However, a ready-to-wear range is also available under the Danielle Margaux label.

The company does not just design and sell high-end fashion. It is in the business of catering to a way of life. The company’s clients are smart, sophisticated and drawn to the classical-chic element which, ultimately, is the embodiment of the Danielle Margaux brand.

The company’s products are a testament to its philosophy, with everything from raw materials, to business processes and the finished product adhering to high standards of quality, skill, workmanship and a perfect fit.

This label proposes slightly more formal than casual pieces.It’s a mix of items that ca be either dressed up or down and bespoke, wedding or ready-wear, essentially it remains chic, modern, feminine and timeless.

You can purchase Danielle Margaux online from www.spree.co.za and hellopretty.co.za/danielle-margaux or at her own store in Montegrey House, 6 Bird Street, Stellenbosch.

Source: daniellemargaux.co.za / capetown.getitonline.co.za

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Danielle Margaux Interview

Danielle Margaux has a love affair with the white shirt especially a collared one. “Its appeal lies in the formality and crisp look. It’s smart, understated and yet strong, it’s classic. There are endless possibilities with cottons, voiles and lightweight linens.” says Danielle Margaux.

Danielle Margaux - Cape Town Fashion Week 2013 “Fit is crucial to me. It’s the difference between someone feeling great in an item and buying it. The style of a garment attracts, the fit determines whether it goes back on the rail ” Designer says.

Danielle Margaux - Cape Town Fashion Week 2013 “Fit is crucial to me. It’s the difference between someone feeling great in an item and buying it. The style of a garment attracts, the fit determines whether it goes back on the rail ” Designer says.

Danielle Margaux - Cape Town Fashion Week 2013 “Fit is crucial to me. It’s the difference between someone feeling great in an item and buying it. The style of a garment attracts, the fit determines whether it goes back on the rail ” Designer says.

Danielle Margaux - Cape Town Fashion Week 2013 “Fit is crucial to me. It’s the difference between someone feeling great in an item and buying it. The style of a garment attracts, the fit determines whether it goes back on the rail ” Designer says.

Danielle Margaux - Cape Town Fashion Week 2013 “Fit is crucial to me. It’s the difference between someone feeling great in an item and buying it. The style of a garment attracts, the fit determines whether it goes back on the rail ” Designer says.

Danielle Margaux - Cape Town Fashion Week 2013 “Fit is crucial to me. It’s the difference between someone feeling great in an item and buying it. The style of a garment attracts, the fit determines whether it goes back on the rail ” Designer says.

Danielle Margaux - Cape Town Fashion Week 2013 “Fit is crucial to me. It’s the difference between someone feeling great in an item and buying it. The style of a garment attracts, the fit determines whether it goes back on the rail ” Designer says.