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Tosca Wyss

Fashion | December 27, 2012 |

Tosca Wyss

After finalizing her apprenticeship as a dressmaker, Tosca Wyss studied fashion design at the Academy of Art and Design Basel Switzerland, graduating in February 2012. While studying, she interned for Ute Ploier, Vienna and also for VPL, New York. Right after her graduation, she moved to Berlin, where she worked for Temporary Showroom, DSTM and Studio Laend Phuengkit, where she is currently working as the Design Assistant.

On an independent level Tosca Wyss will be launching her first collection for both men and women in 2012. The collections are produced in a full size range but with limited numbers to ensure the exclusivity of every piece. The aim is to dress the customer effortless, individually and unique in high quality pieces. The claim for sustainable, trans- seasonal pieces, avoids the need to be hinge with the commercial fashion routine. Hence the bi yearly collections being identified not by seasons but by numbers.

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