Arsinoe de Thrace, a Greek fashion company established a year ago in Samothrace by three Greek women with a determination to leave their own mark on the global fashion industry, inspired by the ancient Greek style of Arsinoe, the ancient queen of Thrace has introduced haute couture garments by combining ancient Greek clothing with contemporary design.
Each dress is made of raw Greek materials, such as pure silk and cashmere from the Greek town of Soufli, known for its silk production.
Arsinoe de Thraceâ€™s fashion shows take place in museums since they blend better with the surroundings. But one of their fashion shows was held at the Glyptothek in Munich and now they are preparing to travel to the Louvre in Paris for the next one, said the companyâ€™s founder.
The three Greek women who founded a new Greek fashion company are Katerina Karayanni, Katerina Saakidou and Katia Heidrich. Katerina Karayanni with Katerina Saakidoubeing are responsible for the production of the garments and Katja Heidrich as the head designer.
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