True Fit is proud to announce our new partnership with The Webster - a luxury multi-brand fashion house.
The Webster opened its flagship location in 2009 in South Beach, Miami. Originally the Webster Hotel, the 20,000 square-foot Art Deco building was built in 1939 by architect Henry Hohauser.
Founder Laure Heriard Dubreuil, kept the name but reimagined the three-story interior as a women's and men's multi-brand luxury retailer designed with vibrant intimacy to resemble a residential space. A decade later, The Webster is up to ten boutique locations, each with “their own distinctive energy, unified by Heriard Dubreuil's uncompromising vision of good energy, good fashion, good fun, and Miami's sunny spirit,” their website states.
Known for their extensive collaborations with unique brands like Off-White and Fenty, The Webster offers a boutique experience merchandised as if it is a personal wardrobe, mixing big brands with emerging labels.
"With True Fit I have the confidence that that this new style will fit me right first time!"
To celebrate the launch of this exciting new partnership, True Fit RVP of Sales Sam Gould, who LOVES The Webster, is taking us on a digital shopping journey sharing her five most coveted spring and summer items from The Webster's digital storefront.
Although I have never been a massive fan of pink, having seen the Valentino FW22 show, I have been deliberating how to inject it into my wardrobe, and thought a blazer could be a good place to start. Every season Jacquemus use of colour is spot on, and have falling in love with their La Veste Blazer. I find buying new blazers tough since the block and cut of the style really impacts the size I should get. However with True Fit I have the confidence that that this new style will fit me right first time!
Spring '22 shone a huge spotlight on Bomber Jackets, with versions across Prada, Versace, Stella McCartney, etc. This lightweight two tone Loewe Bomber is perfect whilst the Spring weather in London can’t decide between winter or summer. The use of colour means it will become a great classic, yet at that price point it’s a true investment piece and I need the reassurance which True Fit provides, that I am buying the right size first time
I am always searching out new Zoom uniform: something that stands out but not too distracting. I think this Loewe sweater hits SS22 neon spot on, and although bright as it is a solid colour I hope it doesn’t overwhelm the screen too much. The cable detail makes it very interesting.
With IRL events starting to happen again, I’ve come to the realization that the sweatpants I’ve been in for the past two years are not going to cut it. There’s so much great formal and occasion pieces out there, and with so many black being seen on The Row, Gabriela Hearst FW22, I wanted to get a head start with this Christopher Esber dress. I don’t know my Australian size but as True Fit has already normalised different size scales I know that by answering a few questions I will be given a correct size recommendation.
I am a great fan of Bottega Veneta, but feel their color contrast boots have been overdone, so I will definitely be going for this classic black ankle boot - as you can never have enough boots in London. I always struggle with footwear sizes as I am in between sizes and it really varies by brand. However as True Fit goes down to a style level I reassured that in this boot I have to take the half size.
Casablanca is one of my favorite brands. But as they are quite new, and we have been living life in lock down this will be my first purchase. Being new to the brand I don’t know how sizing runs, but using True Fit to a personalized recommendation I will feel much more confident to purchase.