(Filed Under wholesale Lingerie News). Patrice Catanzaro, the Marseilles-based designer who recently exhibited his fetish collection at the Altitude Intimates show in Las Vegas, reported expanding sales in the U.S.
“The business in the U.S.A. is good for us. Our brand is becoming better known, and customers are happy and reorder. We are very confident about the future of the American market with our collections.”
Referring to his latest collections, he continued, “We wanted to take a direction to differentiate ourselves from what we usually find in fetish fashion. We wanted to give our creations a more glamorous, chic and always with French quality materials like lace that sublimate the woman and make it even more beautiful.”
“For the men’s collection, we wanted to innovate in our creations and imagined a lot of harnesses, which gives a very male side. Like a gladiator. The men’s collection is very fetish with a lot of vinyl.”
“The new collections Tome 14.2 and P’tites Folies are beginning to be delivered in stores and are very successful. To see our next collections Tome 15 and P’tites Folies 8 you must meet us at the trade shows or visit our site: www.patricecatanzaro.fr or our business to business websites, http://www.patricecatanzaroofficial.com or http://www.patricecatanzarofolies.com.”
Patrice Catanzaro has been exhibiting at shows in this country for years and has make a focused effort to expand sales here. BODY asked about examples of some of the latest retailers to carry the line and he listed: Darkest Fox in New York (darkestfox.com), Good Monkey in Naples, Trashy Diva in New Orleans, Brazen Bras in New Jersey, Urwild in Kentucky and Lace and Amour in Phoenix among others.
The designer also confirmed that he will return again soon to North America. “Yes, of course we will not miss the Montreal fetish weekend in September which is a must for us. Especially since we work better and better with Quebec. We will also be attending this year’s Fetish Factory party weekend in Ft. Lauderdale over Memorial Day weekend.”
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