NYC Designer Dry Cleaning Services

Designer Apparel

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Designer Clothing Dry Cleaning

We understand the time and effort people take to look their very best. Your business and casual apparel is a reflection of who you are. These garments, usually the foundation of a wardrobe, comprise a considerable investment. Without a doubt, people want their designer clothing to remain looking fresh and new for as long as possible. That’s why business and casual wear deserve the same attention as couture or formal wear.

We maintain and preserve the integrity of garments as well as the investment they represent. We lavish clothing with attention to detail and the expertise it warrants. Our designer clothing dry cleaners replace buttons, safely eradicate stains and press entire garments to perfection. Items are then carefully packed with acid-free tissue paper, sealed in protective bags or boxes and delivered, both nationwide and worldwide, in pristine condition.


10
Aug

50th Anniversary Celebration Event!

[flashvideo file=wp-content/uploads/2009/08/mp_50th_celebration.flv image=wp-content/gallery/video-thumbnails/vidpage-50-celebrate-event.jpg /] In honor of 50 years in business in New York City, Owner and President of the Madame Paulette Organization, John Mahdessian, revealed…

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24
Jul

June 2009

[singlepic id=326 w=320 h=240 float=left] MADAME PAULETTE CELEBRATES 50 YEARS: Unveils Fashion Donation Program and New Boutique with Lavish Celebration New York – In honor of…

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24
Jul

Custom Couture Cleaner to the Stars!

[singlepic id=317 w=320 h=240 float=left] New York Observer By Spencer Morgan | June 9, 2009 John Mahdessian prefers not to be called a dry cleaner. “That’s a real…

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24
Jul

The Talk Of The Town

[singlepic id=318 w=320 h=240 float=left] The New Yorker July 6 & 13 2009 Dept. of Hoopla - Stain Gang The custom cleaning company Madame Paulette—removers of…

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24
Jul

Madame Paulette Turns 50

[singlepic id=304 w=320 h=240 float=left] Fashionista.com June 2009 I once borrowed a very beautiful, very irreplaceable vintage dress from a co-worker for one of my first…

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