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The journey of your custom fit bra

Discover the process for all our Structured Bras.

1. Booking a fitting

Before the creation of your custom fit bra can start, we ask you to register here. After filling out the register form we will ask for a €95 deposit. As soon as we received your payment your place in our production queue will be verified and we will contact you for a fitting appointment. 

2. Initial fitting

Your fitting can take place in our studio in Rotterdam, or in the comfort of your private residence. During this process we take a 3D scan of your upper body to create a digital model of you, consisting of 20.000 data points. After your 3D scan has been taken, you can choose the Structured bras from our collection. 

3. Your patterns and personal Curvearis

After the initial fitting our software developers will create the technical blueprint for your bra. This includes the Curvearis, our custom fit, 3D printed breast support. During this process we will make sure that it follows your natural body contours while providing you with the utmost support and softest comfort. Before we start modelling the blueprint of your bra, we ask you to pay the remaining amount of the garments of your choice.

4. Fitting the toile

After we created the patterns and model your Curvearis, we will make a toile for you to try. We ask you to come in and fit the toile to make sure you are satisfied the way it feels.

5. Finishing the garment

Once you are satisfied with your toile we will send the Curvearis files to our 3D printing studio who use specialist equipment to 3D print and use the highest quality materials. Our seamstresses will finish your bra and the Curvearis will be assembled into your garment.

6. The final fitting

It takes from six to nine weeks the create your custom fit items. We also have rush services available upon request. You can collect your bra from our studio or we can deliver it to your home. Your 3D scan and technical information will be kept securely on file to enable you to easily order in the future.

Watch the video below to see a glimpse of our process in the television programme Voor de Vorm: