The authentic bespoke tradition is personal.
It’s about you,
it’s about how you want to appear in the world,
and it’s about your relationship with the craftsperson who can help you realise this. More: Bespoke tailoring
In association with Tailoring for Women Ltd.
In the midst of a hectic time here in the studio; a royal wedding in Monaco, early planning for the shooting season, and gowns for the BBC Promenade concerts, I received a call to participate in the filming of a short documentary for the Japanese national broadcasters NHK. They wanted to know more about the tailoring tradition and Savile Row from a woman’s perspective. More: NHK – Bespoke for Japan; A woman’s point of view
With a multitude of executive courses from leadership to presentation skills all designed to give a personal edge in the market place, it seems strange that one of the basic and most immediate elements to create an impression, that of appearance, is often left to chance. Technology puts executives increasingly in the public eye and the immediacy with which they are expected to deliver media sound bites leaves little time for the establishment of credentials. More: GoldJobs
I was delighted to be told that my letter to the Economist in response to their excellent article Suitably Dressed ( 18 December 2010) had been accepted. More: I’m going to sit right down and write myself a letter
Recognised as a pioneer of bespoke tailoring for women, Carol Alayne has over 25 years experience of creating striking garments for arts, sports and media personalities and business wear for professionals and executives.
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