Yileste is a contemporary Women’s wear brand founded in 2012 in Luxembourg by Stephanie Comes.

Modern Design aesthetics are built around a particular passion for geometry, arts and architecture. Signature work-wear inspired pieces fused with luxury fabrics through minimalistic design give the stage to discrete yet uplifting details. Seasonally designed prints by Stephanie give the brand great stand out, completing this everyday life urban influenced work-wear look.

In house pattern making and fabric manipulation are the bedrock of Yileste designs. Fit is at the forefront of the design process. Yileste Luxembourg collections state modern graphic elegance with a focus on craftsmanship and attention to detail creating silhouettes with a casual feminine charm. High ethical production standards and European sourced fabrics are crucial to the Yileste brand.

Having established itself as the go to brand for everyday smart clothing, Yileste opened its first store in the heart of Luxembourg city at the end of September 2015.

DESIGNED IN LUXEMBOURG

Yileste was awarded the label ‘Made in Luxembourg’ this May for being the first ready to wear brand, designed in Luxembourg.

Yileste designer, Stéphanie Comes, born and bred in Luxembourg, designs all Yileste clothing from her workshop in Niederanven. Stéphanie says ‘I get inspired when travelling around the world and take all the inspiration back to my workshop, when creating a new collection’. Although Yileste designs are made in Luxembourg, the collections are produced throughout Europe.

Did you know that Yileste designed a tie for Chambre de Commerce Luxembourg? These are given as gifts to international contacts. The print of the tie was inspired by the steel facade of the new KPMG building located in Kirchberg; steel production being a key component of the Luxembourg economy. A homegrown yet luxurious gift from Luxembourg.

See Carlo Thelen the director, the director of the Chamber of Commerce wearing the tie in this promotional video for the House of Entrepreneurs

Watch the video: http://paperjam.lu/news/house-entrepreneurship-la-cle-du-succes

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