Black Dress Code
Hong Kong Music Series
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Black Dress Code

Clothing brand

Black Dress Code introduces its debut collection of concert wear. This innovative new company is the first of its kind to cater specifically to musicians and singers, with their needs in mind. Offering beautifully cut shapes and silhouettes in elegant designs that work seamlessly with performance. Boasting comfort, ease and style, Black Dress Code’s designs cover all aspects required by musicians and singers. Say goodbye to dry-cleaning bags and extra luggage with easy-care and on-trend fabrics that cannot crease. They are not only affordable to buy but also economical to maintain with washing-machine friendly materials.

With top designers and couturiers on board, including Vivienne Westwood’s leading designer at the Red Label and Japan Label, Black Dress Code combines the latest trends with classic designs. There’s something for everyone from jumpsuits and palazzo trousers to 20s style and empire-waist maxi dresses. Their bespoke service allows orchestras to produce their own clothing range and soloists to collaborate on tailored outfits for specific events. Women and children’s collections are available now with men’s range coming soon.

Black Dress Code was founded by Daniella Gluck, mother of a teenage musician in the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain, who was exasperated by inappropriate high-street offerings. WildKat PR assisted with the launch of Black Dress Code, and manages their social media channels and PR, as well as collaborations.