The Showroom

 




It is in the heart of the Chartrons district and far from the prying eyes that will take place your meeting with Harmonie Tranchant, creator of wedding dresses and tutus entirely made in France. You will be able to evoke serenely your wishes to the designer enjoying a hot drink, in a cosy and private showroom, and then will begin the realization of your bride’s dream. She also offers her own collection, always fully thought, designed and realized in France, which you can try in the intimacy and tranquility of the showroom.

 
 
 

Harmonie’s passion for marriage and Haute Couture began when she was four, and more precisely with the marriage of her aunt. This emotionally charged marriage affected her a lot, and it is thanks to this marriage that she decided to embrace this path. The plumetis dress worn by her aunt for this occasion is since that day a recurring element in each of her collections. Harmonie, French dresses and tutus designer, makes her first steps in fashion by following a classic training of fuzzy sewing. From thread to needle, many doors opened to her, such as the House of Cymbeline, the House of Chanel and finally, Pronovias.

 

It was in 2017 that she inaugurated her showroom, La Maison la Tutullerie, in the heart of the Chartrons district in Bordeaux. Such as the tutus designer, this district is full of life and curiosities. Today, she manufactures and offers wedding dresses, dance tutus but also tutus intended for any occasion. She also makes a point of honor that everyone can wear a tutu, anytime and anywhere, and it is with this state of mind that she organizes the "Yes to the tutus in the street" demonstration on Saturday, March 23, 2019. 

 
 

Always listening, Harmonie Tranchant knows how to use her craftswoman qualities, so that each of her creations agrees with her client’s desires and become a real piece of Haute Couture. Her creations are tailor-made after a first sketching and fitting phase. The wedding dresses designed and elaborated by the designer are conceived in the workshop, respecting French know-how and Haute Couture codes. Although the Tutullerie is still a young company, its creations have already succeeded in arousing the interest of big names such as Patrick Dupond and his partner Leila da Rocha, who appealed to the tutus designer to perform the White Eagle Dance Academy costumes, in Bordeaux, but also TF1, which brings to the spotlights one of the designer’s creations for its musical show, The Voice France.