Founder Anja Riis created the company with the belief that all women should be able to look their best, and that looking good is a matter of personal tastes and comforts. Most women are not shaped like idealized, mass-produced off the rack collections – and those who are don’t always find the styles and colors to match their tastes.
“The fashion capitals of the world can inspire us,” said Riis, “but looking good has hardly anything to do with the whims of London, Paris, Tokyo, or Milan and everything to do with our own individualism and personalities. Creating your own, well fitting style should be affordable for everyone and not just the very rich. It used to be that way, so why should today’s woman settle for less?”
[meen kyolë] is a modification of the Danish words “min kjole”, which mean “my dress”. Located at 3246 N. Wilton Avenue in Chicago, [meen kyolë] clients find dressing up or down starts with a great experience. The service gives women the opportunity to design their own dresses and skirts to express their personality. Whether a woman wants to feel beautiful, sexy, intelligent, elegant, or simply comfortable, [meen kyolë] helps her express herself as soon as she enters a room.