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Practice Makes Perfect

Practice Makes Perfect

Don't Rush the Good Things
May  3, 2017

So how long does it take to create an Empreinte bra? The entire process takes anywhere from 18 - 30 months!

Empreinte will never compromise on fit. This being said, it takes anywhere from 12 - 18 months to develop a new line of products. Following that there is 6 - 12 month period where Empreinte does product testing for every size in their upcoming line.

You may be wondering how the bras are assembled. If you thought by machine, product assembly line, etc. you'd be wrong! Empreinte has veteran seamstresses, many of them have been with the company for 30+ years. It takes 3 years to fully train a seamstress at Brest, France.

This bra is the G.O.A.T. !




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