At Kim's Fashion Design, customers get to design their own clothing. If you have an idea or even just a picture of something you've always wanted to wear, designer and tailor Kim Pham can bring it to life. Accommodating men, women, and children, Kim and her team can customize clothing and accessories in any style, traditional or contemporary, casual or formal. They have been particularly successful with bridal wear, Chinese and Vietnamese dresses, and kimonos. Kim's Fashion Design originally opened in Boston's Chinatown in 1990 but has called Back Bay home for more than ten years now. With another location at Copley Place, this Newbury Street boutique just opened and features a number of ready-made pieces that can be customized to your specifications
Kim and her husband Minh came to America after enduring many hardships in war-torn Vietnam. With hopes of living the American dream, they built a business around Kim's expert sartorial skills and keen sense of fashion. They have since become one of the most prestigious tailor shops in Boston. They've done numerous weddings, as well as special events for iconic organizations like the Boston Symphony Orchestra. One of their most challenging jobs to date was a collection of period costumes for the Newport Mansion in Rhode Island.
- Fax: 617-267-9299
- Hours: Mon-Sat, 10am - 6pm; Sun, 12pm - 6pm
- Handicap Accessible: No
- Founding Date: 1990
- Payments accepted: American Express, Cash, Debit Card, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
- Products: clothing and accessories from custom-design, ready-made clothing and accessories, wedding gowns, dresses, kimonos, etc.
- Services: Delivery, Gift certificates, Gift wrapping, Repair, Shipping
- Return policy: Ready-made clothing can be returned for refund up to two weeks after purchase. Half-deposit must be made for custom tailoring. No refunds on finished custom pieces.
- ATM: No
- Public restrooms: No
- Parking: On-street: metered
- Private events: Yes
- What makes this community special?: "Back Bay is a neighborhood where anything is possible. Everybody contributes and participates and we all grow together."