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'Coo Culte' was founded in 2009. At first it was a hobby of the owner of the Ilona Hibbert. Now hobby into a profitable company, which employs 20 workers. According to Hibbert, although sometimes in the office have to spend 12 hours a day, work in joy. 'Coo Culte' produces women's clothes, but last year in test mode, customers were offered a children's clothing, which is not yet included in the permanent range. In turn, mens fashion workers 'Coo Culte' not yet paid enough attention. "Men's fashion is different," explains the hostess.
Clothes 'Coo Culte' uses lace, which is procured where to buy it world-famous brands "Valentino" and "Dolce &Gabbana", but the company is not working in the luxury segment, as its goal is to create a quality garment at a competitive price. Answering the question whether the production of clothing any company, which it perceives as an example, Hibbert laughs: "Who wouldn't want to be the local "Zara"?
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