Berlin – launch product development 2016/17
The products are designed with their essence in mind, no frills, no fireworks, nothing superficial or experimental.
Just the real thing, streamlined, using the best principles of traditional lingerie and ultra contemporary technology. No home-grown experiments, we treat the idea through skilled praxis and modern traditionalism only.
Paris – l’Ecole de la Chambre Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne / l’Institut Francais de la Mode, Diploma l’ECSCP, Paris, France
Produced, Sourced, Dyed 100% in Baltics.
Basic patterns, innovative millimeters. Technically developed to the highest standards for ultra-comfortable everyday wear.
With product development strategy and quality management, set towards to:
To Employ Lingerie Tailors Only, Not Regular Seamstresses
Our lingerie tailors do not sew, parallel to lingerie, skirts, pants or car seat covers.
To Use Lingerie Effective, Tailored Sewing Techniques
Our lingerie tailors have minimum of 20 years in technical experience, specifically and only – in lingerie apparel.
To Use Refined Materials Of All Origins
Natural, organic natural, synthetic and mixed fiber.
Labels and standards: OEKO-TEX, ECODYE, REACH, ISO, NICKEL FREE.
Creative lead & Creative direction Baiba Spurina
Owner & CEO Janis Aferkorns
Management board gender quota figure is 50% in Darlin’ Duke Mastery Lingerie.
To All Functional Focus On The Product Itself
Every item is individually designed and patented by us-no copies, no knock-offs, only originals. We control every step, from choosing the thread to having all our products and prototypes tested and tried on live models.
To All Quality Controls Done In Mother Tongue
As every step is conducted in the Baltic states and nothing is outsourced, we all speak the same language and keep to the same high standards. All quality controls are done in mother tongue. We speak the same native language as our lingerie tailors do. Substantial, yet substantially rare case to find native language millimetres present in all stages during production. To control and explain in millimetres, we speak in millimetres.