To all our valued customers

The first highlight of the new season is a new look for our website. Ongoing reinvention and improvement are as much a part of the leitmotif that guides feel better than good as our search for fashion's inner values and the features that put real quality into life. We hope our approach, with its stress on femininity and self-assurance, will be a stimulating source of inspiration.

We are fully equipped for the cooler part of the year with a full range of microfibre fabrics for all seasons in a wide choice of new styles along with the classic basic lines. A dream French material with a breath of Asia, wool in two wonderful shades and three models provide the inspiration for the months ahead.

Seriously cool...

... and a hot tip to boot – even if you weren't aware of it until now – is our Primrose jacket, now available in luxuriously soft European lambskin. We humans have been using sheep's wool for over 3000 years and have appreciated the durability and hard-wearing qualities of lambskin since mediaeval times. Our quality products are sourced mainly from Spain and Portugal and are a popular favourite that comes in a generous choice of finishes. The Primrose jackets in sheepskin are handmade to order for feel better than good by a small but exclusive firm of furriers in Zurich in an attractive choice of colours. A small selection is availabe for sale or to try on at our store.

We can't wait to show you all our latest models and to ensure you look as good as you feel. We believe fashion should foster your sense of wellbeing, and our timeless basics and highlights are the perfect choice for a trip into town, your next meeting, a big social event or travel. Uncompromisingly feminine, innovative, relaxed, chic and, as ever, figure-flattering: that's easy-care fashion Made in Switzerland.


Best regards

feel better than good

Andrea Welti



Discover this year’s fall and winter looks



Customer & friend of the brand:
Ana Pellegrino, Project manager FemmesTische, SRK canton of Zurich

Photographer: Nadja Athanasiou