W O R K R O O M

During our studies, we had the chance to learn and develop tailoring skills. We have learned that fashion design is not just about making clothes, it is also about combining design innovation with creative thinking and social awareness.

The world of ideas is incredibly powerful and concepts can be played with to portray any feeling or emotion so as to create a strong image. 

We are very excited to share our creative process with you. 

We hope to inspire and to get inspired. 

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P A T T E R N   C U T T I N G

Images can be 2D or 3D, sometimes they can simply exist in our dreams but an easy way to illustrate them is with paper and a pencil. 

Our brand stands firm on the ground of soft tailoring, draping, pattern cutting, and fabrics manipulation. 

It all begins in the simplest of ways: a tape measure and a mannequin. Then of course scissors and pins get involved.

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C O N S T R U C T I O N

We are not limited to the flat drawings whilst pattern cutting we also use cotton calico (it is often used in the fashion industry for toiling because of its low price and reasonably low environmental impact) to experiment and proof fit every single shape on a mannequin and the human body. 

The process of draping fabrics is often pleasurable but extreme focus is required. Draping fabrics for us is similar to playing with clay, breaking the mould, and focusing is part of the process because it requires simultaneous construction and creation. 

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T A I L O R I N G

As a brand, we aim to reach the best quality to guarantee extreme comfort to the wearer. 

We have used a lining technique usually found in larger pieces of soft tailoring which we have developed to its furthest extent. “Pillowcased” is the name we have chosen to represent this technique. Just like a pillowcase, our garments have no visible rough seams. Everything is encased within. In rare cases when this method is not practical, we like to finish our pieces with French seams. 

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