Prior to launching Tutu Du Monde kids clothes, German-born Andrea Rembeck enjoyed a distinguished career in the Australian fashion industry. When asked by her young daughter for her own tutu, Rembeck searched, and could only find hot pink, mass-produced polyester pieces. Now she has a range of tutus that are wearable and practical, insouciant and dreamy. At last, there is a line of tutus that call to mind a kinder world, a gentle place where little children can imagine being a dainty ballerina, a helpful fairy, and a benevolent princess.
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My tutus have a hand-made, hand dyed, one-off, old-world feel without the frail nature of a vintage garment. Colors are dusty pastels, with details of sequins, beads, and feathers, applied by hand to cotton and tulle. My tutus are produced in small runs, in line with their organic look. They are made to last, and in fact, get better with wear. Slight fading and fraying edges adds to their charm over time. – Andrea Rembeck, Designer Tutu du Monde.
Tutu du Monde’s Circus of Dreams Collection
Roll up, roll up, the Circus of Dreams has arrived and it promises to be the greatest show on earth! The enchanting and mysterious world of the circus is a natural fit for Tutu du Monde, whose vintage-inspired collections of dreamy tutu skirts and dresses, intricately embroidered tops, fabulously feathered headbands, sparkly shrugs and delicate capes would look perfect under the bright lights of the Big Top. Tutu du Monde’s collections are as timeless as the ancient tradition of the circus and its beautiful hand-dyed and hand-embroidered pieces are made to last. In fact, the dusty pastel, sequined and beaded tutus have a charming vintage feel which only gets better with age.
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