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We consider it a privilege that you have chosen us for your a Couture Consultation. We strongly believe that an informed couture customer is a thrilled customer and that your clear understanding of our Couture Consultation Policy helps us serve you to our upmost ability. Scheduling and Cancellation Policy Our couture consultation deposit is $500. Non-emergency cancellations/reschedules require a 24-hour notice. Cancellations with less than 24 hours’ notice will result in a charge of $150.00.* No-shows will result in a charge of $250.00.* To cancel/reschedule an appointment, please contact the Rubin Singer Atelier at 212-226-5880 . If it is after hours, please leave a message. *Please do not cancel or reschedule via email or DM on Instagram or FB*. The consultation fee will be deducted from the Couture clothing creation made just for you!. A detailed pricing quote/invoice for the garment will be provided after your private Rubin Singer couture consultation . The quoted price will include all garment creation, & fittings. For Couture orders under a 6-week delivery, there is a rush of 20% * If the cancellation policy is violated, the penalty fee cannot be refunded or applied towards future appointments. These Terms of Services (“Terms”) constitute the entire understanding and agreement between the Client (“the Client”) and Brandmakers, Inc. and its affiliates (“Rubin Singer Atelier”) relating to the purchase of an in-person NYC couture session (the “Services”) and supersedes and replaces any and all prior agreements, whether written or oral, that may exist between them with respect thereto. Consultations -The Rubin Singer team will reach out to the find an appointment time that best suits the Client’s needs. The client will receive appointment reminders via email/text 36 hours and 24 hours before the appointment. Due to the nature of the business--- no show or late cancelations (under 24 hours) will result in a non-refundable $150 fee, which will be deducted from the $500.00 reservation deposit. Invoicing and Deposits —At the time of the consultation, when the design, silhouette, and fabric is selected/agreed upon, the $500.00 consultation deposit will be applied to the cost of the couture piece. The full amount of the item is due upon receipt of the invoice to begin the garment/project. Gowns & Bridal- In addition to the consultation terms stated above . Estimates are only valid for 1 week -- after the allotted time the client will have to be refit and book another consultation appointment. Clients who decide to pick-up their dresses earlier or cancel alterations (if possible) will not be able to recover the deposit, and agree to accept their dresses in their unfinished state. If the consultation/fitting is performed more than 3 months before their event/ wedding the client does so at their own understanding that Rubin Singer/Brandmakers, Inc does not take responsibility for fit issues due to changes in measurements after the final fitting. Additional alterations and fittings will be billed at an additional cost. Service Complete, Pick-up or Shipping -- The client agrees to a completion date at the time of consultation. The 'service complete' appointment is scheduled at the time of consultation. Client is restricted from rescheduling said appointment to an earlier date unless approved by Rubin Singer/Brandmakers. If Client does not pick up garment at the scheduled time-- Rubin Singer/Brandmakers holds the right to charge any remaining remaining balance and prepare the garment(s) for shipping. Rush Fees apply to any services complete under the stated turnaround times: 6 weeks for Gowns & Party 12 Weeks for Bridal Gowns 4 weeks for Ready to Wear Reminder: Please bring your chosen footwear for hems and any shapewear, undergarments, belts, etc. that would affect fit on your garment(s).

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Upon joining as a First View Vault Member, your membership will continue until cancelled by you. There is no minimum purchase required, and you will be billed every month, $12 for First View Vault membership and $49.95 for Platinum level. Your billing cycle will be based on the date you join, and you may cancel or downgrade your subscription at any time by simply logging into your account and under Account Info, click on “First View Vault Membership” and then click “cancel First View membership,” or “downgrade to First View ” and your recurring monthly charges will be cancelled or reduced accordingly. If you cancel, you will continue to receive your First View Vault benefits until the end of the most recent billing cycle. For example, if your membership started on the 15th of the month and you cancel, you will continue to receive benefits until the 15th of the following month. If you downgrade, your new membership will begin in the next billing cycle. You may also cancel or reach out to speak to one of our experts toll free at (212) 226-5880, 9am–6pm EST, Mon–Fri. Or contact us by email: * Customers will pay the standard rate for ground shipping and receive an upgrade to 2-day shipping at no additional charge.

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The first Rubin Singer was born in 1914 as one of 13 children in Poland during a pivotal time in history— Poland had originally been an independent kingdom but by the late 18th century it had been divided up between Russia, Austria-Hungary and Germany.

Singer family dynasty crest


By 1930, Rubin Singer lived in Warsaw Poland & Paris and built a spectacular reputation as a menswear couture/  bespoke designer and creator. During the German occupation of Warsaw 1937-38, the singer family began to endure the harsh new realities of Jewish life in pre-war Poland.  By 1939 Rubin (a couture designer) and his brothers Tadre (a prodigy mathematician) & Michael (a baker) were the only surviving members of his family when a firing squad opened fire on their family.  Pretending to be dead, the 3 remaining Singer sons were covered by their executed family until they escaped and  fled to Russia.

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Rubin Sr. atelier tailors
Warsaw city center 1935
Warsaw cafe
Occupation of warsaw 1938
Young tailor


By 1940, the Singers were living in Dombas Russia during the hardest times in Russian history. Forced to flee Poland, Rubin was then captured by the Soviets and forced to work in a coal mine. Refusing to work any longer in the coal mines, Rubin challenged the guards by saying that “he [I] would be better used to make suits for the Kernel.” For the decade of 1940-1950, Rubin dressed the Kernel and eventually rose in the ranks of couture design to ultimately dress all the Soviet political elite.


In 1942 Rubin married Ellen and one year later little Alik singer (iconic couture designer) was born . In 1946, Rubin moved to Moscow with his family.

Rubin Sr with extended family
Rubin Sr with wife
Alik, age 3


In Moscow, Rubin was given his own floor inside the Guum (the most iconic dept store in Russia) . Rubin quickly became the most important man in history for menswear in Russia.


Alik, Rubin’s only son, began designing clothing at age 13 when his mother died in 1956, and worked alongside his father as a sewer.

Rubin Sr.
City square, Guum department store
Rubin Sr. in front of Guum department store
Rubin Singer grandfather with mother, Nina
Guum department store, Singer Atelier, 2nd floor
Rubin Sr.'s grandfather, Kernal in the Red Army
Rubin with co-worker


Rubin closed his floor in the infamous department store to turn his sights to the Russian ballet and opera—to design male and female costumes during what would be come the golden era of Russian arts . And from 1967-1969, Alik worked for the top fashion houses in Russia.

Bolshoi Ballet, designer Alik
Alik on Government Work Day
Rubin's mother, Nina & friend
Inside Bolshoi theater
Rubin Sr & wife at social event
Moscow 1960's
Ballet Duet
Rubin Sr in couture Rubin Singer suit
Alik & friend vacationing


In the early 70’s, Rubin left Russia for Italy, and died shortly thereafter. Alik met the love of his life, Nina, in Russia and moved to Vienna in 1978, where Rubin Singer was born. Alik Singer quickly moved his family in 1978 to Paris to create his first couture womenswear fashion collection.

Rubin age 3
Alik's 1st Couture Collection, Paris
Iconic Singer Fashion Show
Alik & Nina Wedding 1977
Nina & Alik Singer
Editorial Image for Magazine, Alik Singer's designs


During the 1980’s, Alik moved to New York City from Paris and In1983, Alik opened a store named Alik Singer on Madison Ave….including a prolific retail business that included 260 retailers across the country including Bergdorf Goodman, Henri Bendel, and Neiman Marcus


During the 80’s, Alik dressed iconic names like Danielle Steele, Patty LaBelle, Whoopi Goldberg, Joan Collins, Iman, Liza Minelli….And appeared in Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, NY Times, Elle, & L’Officiel.

Iman wearing Alik Singer's couture dress
Alik & Business Partner
Rubin in Alik Singer Madison. Ave Store, NYC
Paris Show, Alik Singer Contact sheet
Fashion Show, Alik Singer
Magazine ad, Alik Singer
Alik autographed flyer
Madison Ave Singer Coat, Ad


Rubin was deeply involved in ballet until the age of 18, when his beloved mother,  Nina, passed away, and his focus changed from ballet to fashion.  His fashion beginnings started with an wardrobe apprenticeship at the The Bolshoi Opera —one of the oldest and best known opera companies in the world.

Rubin Singer, Ballet performance
Rubin in Julliard
Rubin Singer, Introduction to fashion internship with Bolshoi Opera


From Moscow, Rubin returned to NYC where he worked for iconic fashion brands such as Oscar deRenta & Bill Blass. Rubin’s first couture fashion private client was Carolina Herrera, herself who wore his first-publicly seen-gown to Prince Michael of Kent’s summer ball in Kensington Palace.


By age 27, Rubin launched his first runway collection titled Under Construction (viewable in shows section), where he garnered national fame for what would ultimately become the iconic cuts, fits & drapes that are worn around the world today.


By the end of the 2000’s, Rubin Singer was moving full-steam-ahead, with many successful collections.

Rubin Singer, first runway show
German Magazine Ad
Editorial Feature
Rubin's Under Construction runway show
Neiman Marcus gowns feature
Alicia Keys wearing Rubin Singer, Harpers Bazaar cover
Rubin & Alik Singer, NYC, Magazine feature
Rubin Singer Ad
Rubin Singer tweaking model's dress on set
Runway Show
Beyonce in Rubin Singer
Queen Latifah wearing Rubin Singer, BET Awards
Editorial Ad of Runway Dress
Heidi Klum in Rubin Singer
Janice Dickinson & Rubin Singer
Women's Wear Daily Magazine
Editorial shoot


In the 2010’s , everything aligned for couture designer, Rubin Singer. Landing his first magazine cover [Harpers Bazaar 2009 and Women’s Wear Daily in 2010], countless fashion magazines followed… A mix of press, and endless stream of celebrities wearing his creations and and top tier retail distribution catapulted the young designer into international stardom.  Following in his father’s footsteps, the young Rubin Singer designed couture clothing for legendary icons including Mariah Carey, Glenn Close, Beyonce, and Taylor Swift.

Alik & Rubin Singer
Runway show, Asia
Editorial Shoot
Zendaya Runway show, Go Red
Rubin Singer runway show
Mariah Carey in Concert
Editorial Shoot
Fashion show mood board


In late  2020, Rubin launched a collection with QVC, and brought fashion to the real American woman.  With success on QVC continuing into 2023 Rubin has turned his focus to the creation of a Ready-to-Wear line to further reach women across the country with timeless, stunning fashion.

Rubin Singer features new collection on QVC
Rubin Singer on stage opening night , Opera
Arizona Costume Institute Event
Rubin designs Opera costumes for Donizetti's 3 Queens
Rubin selling live on QVC
Anne Boleyn's dress, 3-D printed lace to create transparent weightless dress
ACI Rubin Singer Fashion DNA show
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