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.

09
Jun

What’s Hot

[singlepic id=195 w=320 h=240 float=left] Marie Claire February 2005 Out, Out, Damn Spot No more crying over spilled Shiraz! Madame Paulette, the New York City couture…

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09
Jun

How To Keep Your Clothes Looking New

[singlepic id=192 w=320 h=240 float=left] Allure May 2003 HOW TO KEEP YOUR CLOTHES LOOKING NEW By John Mahdessian Celebrities can wear designer clothes once and leave…

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09
Jun

The Best of

[singlepic id=187 w=320 h=240 float=left] Avenue April 2001 Recommended by Sotheby's, Madame Paulette's Custom Couture Cleaning offers a myriad of services. From preserving wedding gowns to…

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09
Jun

Interior Design Issue

[singlepic id=191 w=320 h=240 float=left] Avenue April 2004 Interior Design Issue Velvet walls, a Louis XIV chair, custom silk balloon shades and other delicate and intricate…

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09
Jun

New York's Best Of

[singlepic id=198 w=320 h=240 float=left] New York Magazine Best of 2000...DRY CLEANING There are millions of horror stories in the naked city, and far too many…

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09
Jun

Best Dress Man: Melania's Minder

[singlepic id=200 w=320 h=240 float=left] New York Magazine February 2005 By Beth Landman UNSURPRISINGLY, Melania Knauss' cumbersome mega frock, the 50-pound, $200,000 Dior that co-starred with…

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