Master the basics of tailoring and achieve the much-desired sartorial look in this six-week practical workshop. Led by an experienced sewing tutor who has worked at the renowned Bespoke Tailoring house Thom Sweeney; as well as teaching pattern cutting and garment construction techniques at various establishments across London.
Inspired by the sartorial aesthetic in women’s wear seen at fashion labels such, as Zara, The Row, J.W. Anderson, Yves Saint Laurent, Paul Smith, and Alexander McQueen you will create a three piece ensemble from a Vogue pattern using traditional hand sewing and machine techniques.
You will experiment with a range of pattern cutting and design techniques, learning about finishing garments to a professional level crafted with your chosen fabric.
A short course inspired by sartorial dress, providing the practical sewing skills required, to develop a three piece sartorial outfit using Vogue patterns.
263 – 267 Old Brompton Road
10am – 4pm
Starts: Saturday 19 September 2015
Ends: Saturday 24 October 2015
Every Saturday for 6 weeks
£350 per student
Book now for this amazing fashion experience!
As places are on a first come first served basis, book early to avoid disappointment.
For more information log on to the brave cloth website.
In recent years there has been a significant rise in the presence of the feminine sartorial look; both on runway and in street style. Adding sophistication to the casual nature of the boyfriend look, Sartorial Femininity seeks to underline the androgynous female form. With a nod to power dressing the women who embody this style are self assured and very comfortable in a tailor made jacket either matched with a skirt or trousers. The emphasis of this look is the fit and attitude of the wearer.