Handmade, original designs. Beautiful Italian fabrics.

Biella, Italy · 996 Sales


Handmade, original designs. Beautiful Italian fabrics.

Biella, Italy 996 Sales On Etsy since 2012

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Last updated on May 3, 2017

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Kirsty Ross

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Sarah Brown

Sarah Brown on Aug 1, 2017

4 out of 5 stars

This is a lovely top, made with great linen. My only reservation is that in the photo the top appeared to be quite long and the top I received is shorter than this.

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Pocket placement on stripes. Eek! Tricky but so worth it when you get it right smiley
It seems appropriate to be working with this beautiful floral in springtime! cherry_blossomblossomtulip
Muguet's chambray culottes in action! As seen in Stella magazine, London, featuring European Fashion designers on Etsy. boomtada

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From backpacker to model to seamstress.....

I grew up on the beach in Australia and when I was 20, bought a one way ticket to Europe to go backpacking. After a few months I was "discovered" in Tuscany, which is very funny to me because I think I was probably more of a liability than a discovery (so clumsy!) I have been so fortunate to live in many cities, but my big loves are Paris and Milan. My perception of style has been greatly influenced by their beauty and elegance.

Through modelling I fell head over heels in love with garment construction and fabric, and really all I wanted to do was learn about how these gorgeous clothes were made! In between shots on set or backstage at a show or fitting, I'd study the garments' seams and would sit around talking with stylists and designers into the wee hours about our shared passion for clothes, fashion and for making women feel beautiful. I officially knew I was in the wrong role in the fashion industry one day while I was being fitted by Giorgio Armani. I clearly remember thinking how chic his seamstresses were, flitting around us in their crisp white smocks :) Not long after that I started a patternmaking and garment construction course in Milan.

After more than 15 years in Milan, I made the decision to move away from the city this summer, to my house in the countryside. I want to give my kids (and I) a slower life, with time to appreciate all the little things, but which in actual fact are the most important : nature, beautiful clean air, space and the creativity that blossoms in all of us when we go back to basics. We're loving it so far. Our daily 'soundtrack' has gone from traffic and chaos to cow bells and birds tweeting. Our house is close to Biella, a small city in Piemonte which is the textiles capital of Italy. How's that for serendipity!! :) I'm having a lovely time visiting the fabric mills and learning about the process. I can see myself printing my own fabric soon. I'm also becoming really interested in fabric manipulation, and what you can do to a piece of fabric using hand stitches and gathering to create textures and structure. Stay tuned :)

Have a great day, and thanks for taking the time to read my story.

A little interview about me and Milan:

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  • Kirsty

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator, Patternmaking, Sewing, Shipping, Listing And Client Communication.

    I have two dream jobs. First, I'm the mum of two kooky kids. Second, I'm a seamstress and patternmaker in Italy :)

Shop policies

Last updated on November 27, 2016
Welcome to MuguetMilan! Please take a minute to read my shop policies. If you have a question that I haven't covered here, please don't hesitate to convo me :)

Accepted payment methods

  • Pay with Visa
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  • Pay with American Express
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  • Pay with PayPal
  • Buy with Apple Pay
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  • Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
I accept payment with Paypal and Direct Checkout (credit cards and other forms of payment available on Etsy)

I start to process your order only after payment has been confirmed / cleared.

For custom orders, I create a private listing just for you, which must be purchased before I commence garment construction. It is a little bit of protection for me because I work hard to source fabrics and pay for them in advance for my custom orders. Thank you for understanding :)
Garments that are already made usually ship within a couple of working days. Made to order garments usually ship within 10 days. At certain times of the year I do get a little bit swamped with orders, but very rarely does it take me longer than two weeks to process an order. I work in chronological order except for major emergencies. So please, if you have a crazy deadline let me know and I will see what I can do for you, but keep in mind that there will usually be someone in front of you in the line :)

I ship using Poste Italiane registered mail. Currently, it is trackable up to when it leaves Italy. Once shipped, I send a shipping notification with the tracking number for your record. Registered Mail requires a signature on delivery. Your postal service will attempt delivery, but if nobody is found at the address to sign for the package, they usually leave a notice for pick-up at your local PO. If the package is not claimed after 14 days, IT WILL BE SENT BACK TO ME IN ITALY. If this occurs, re-postage costs are the responsibility of the buyer. Please allow 10-25 days for delivery. If express postage is required for any reason, we can convo about a shipping upgrade to a courier.

Registered mail does not require a customs declaration from my end, but if any fees are incurred, these are the responsibility of the buyer.
Refunds and Exchanges
I am an avid online shopper, and I know what is important in a return /exchange policy :)
I will gladly exchange your garment for a different size if possible. Return postage paid for by you, re-postage of replacement garment paid for by me.
In the case of a client not being happy with their garment for any reason - For example, it doesn't sit on you how you hoped it would, I will gladly offer you a refund for the garment and the original postage you paid me. I will issue the refund when I receive the returned garment. Two important things please: 1) the garment absolutely must not have been worn. 2) Please be sure to write RETURN very clearly on the envelope or tick 'returned goods' on the postal declaration if you are outside the EU, otherwise customs duty will have to be paid, and that will have to come out of your refund.
One last suggestion to keep in mind....if you send the garment back to me using slow mail, you will be waiting a much longer time for your refund. You might consider paying a few extra dollars for faster (and safer) shipping. I can't refund you for items that I haven't received.

More information

Last updated on Apr 13, 2016
Frequently asked questions

Sizing details



Bodice: 80cm/31.5”
Bust: 86cm/33.9”
Waist: 70cm/27.5”
Hips (widest part): 92cm/36.2”
Bodice: 88cm/34.7”
Bust: 94cm/37.0”
Waist: 75cm/29.5”
Hips (widest part): 100cm/39.4”
Bodice: 96cm/37.8”
Bust: 102 cm/40.2”
Waist: 80cm/31.5”
Hips (widest part): 108cm/ 42.5"


Waist: 75cm/29.53”
Hips (widest part): 100cm/39.4”
Waist: 80cm/31.50”
Hips (widest part): 108cm/ 42.5”
Waist: 88 cm/34.65”
Hips (widest part): 116 cm/45"

Sizing details


Bodice: This refers to the circumference of your chest not your bust. To measure this take a measuring tape and run this around yourself under your armpits, holding it firmly but not so that it digs into you.

Bust: Bust refers to the circumference of the most protruding part of your chest. Please measure yourself with the bra that you would most likely wear with the garment because this may change the measurements.

Waist: Waist refers to your natural waist, which in many cases corresponds to the circumference around your belly button.

Hips: This is the circumference of the widest part of your pelvis. Most women find that they hold the tape around their bottom to find this measurement.

Care instructions


I HIGHLY recommend dry cleaning linen, silk, viscose (rayon) and wool garments. Even though they are natural fibers, they can shrink and/or lose their lustre if washed.

My synthetic silk (polyester) pieces can be washed delicately, and drip dried. Cool iron.

My cotton pieces can be washed delicately in warm water, and line dried. Hot iron.