Welcome to Me-Tisse! A French brand offering women’s ready to wear and accessories.
Simple shapes, beautiful materials and an obsession for detail! Our collections are aimed at women of characters who adore beauty in simplicity and know how to be elegant.
Through our creations, we want to highlight the work of our artisanal skills of weaving and embroidery. Being self manufacturers of our products, we guarantee quality over price for the products.
Try! You will not be disappointed!
Why Choose Me-Tisse ?
We pay particular attention to the selection of our materials. We believe in using beautiful natural fibre materials in cotton, silk and viscose. They are comfortable to wear and easy to maintain.
At equivalent quality, few brands are able to offer at our prices. We are proud to manufacture our products in our own workshop and avoid all intermediaries.
Respect of Craftmen
We work with many groups of artisans to offer you craft techniques of weaving, embroidery and printing. We pay them fairly and train them to our quality standards.
Me-Tisse is above all a love story. That of Nil and Shruti.
Shruti is an Indian, grew up in Allahabad, moved to New Delhi to study Styism. She has worked with well-known brands such as Body Shop, Pottery Barn, Woolworth, William Sonoma, Country Roads & IKEA in the development and management of business opportunities in India. In 2011, she made the radical choice to leave her growing career and decided to work in the social sector. She joined the SEWA cooperative movement (Self Employed Women Association) to work on the rights of women artisans and embroiderers working in the fashion industry (subject to exploitation by intermediaries because of its informal nature). She has worked to promote a fair and transparent women’s producer group model and develop their business by connecting them directly with buyers without market intermediaries.
Nil is French, grew up in Paris and studied a master’s degree at the European Business School in Paris. After some experiences in Germany, Thailand and Morocco where he also studied and worked in international trade, he returned to Paris in 2010 to create his own fashion house (SWP). Its goal is to help European brands in their purchases of clothing and accessories and manufacturing in India. In 2013, he decided to move to India to create an office and develop his activities.