BRITISH FASHION COUNCIL FRIDAY 15TH NOVEMBER 2013

BRITISH FASHION COUNCIL

COLLEGES COUNCIL

GARMENT CONSTRUCTION SEMINAR DAY

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The seminar was an overview on the skills of making Designer Wears to Haute Couture. The making of a garment from pattern to final prototype, we were lead through the process by Industry Experts and Designers. It was an insight on Leather, Eveningwear and Couture Methods, Embroidery, Womens wear Tailoring, Mens wear Tailoring, Denim and Shirt-making, Lingerie and Bra Making

Leather

Basil Kardasis & Katarzyna Borowicz

 (Letaher Tailor/Technician)

                                                                              Eveningwear and Couture Methods

David Sassoon, Lorcan Mullany & Desiree Koster (Specialist Machinist)

 Embroidery

Karen Nicol & Debbie Stack (Assistant Technician)

 Womenswear Tailoring

Daniel Blake + Assistant & Sheila MacAllen

 (Specialist Machinist/Technician)

 Menswear Tailoring

Charlie Allen & Mr Moto(Tailoring Technician)& Darren Beaman (Specialist Finisher)

 Denim and Shirt-making

Sean Moore & Anette Fischer

 Lingerie and Bra Making

Janice Mee & Krystyna Dean (Specialist Machinist /Technician)

Learning Outcome:

Things majorly required for fashion management

1)    Foresightedness

2)    Time management and planning

3)    Need stay ahead of trend

4)    The designs need to be quick at responding to trends

5)    The entire process from pattern to final prototype involves a huge chain of tailors, stitchery, product maker, presser, etc. the coordination need to go hand in hand

6)    Planning of all material resources well in advance

7)    Prototype is an expensive process and one must take care of leaving scope for adjustments and final fits.

8)    Prototype is an extensive process and may involve many steps and sets in a garment to come up as complete wearable piece. So any delays and misfits can add on to finances.

9)    It is important to have maintained addition stock of materials, trims, laces, etc. of the identical Set to avoid delays or repeat sampling needs.

10) Need to maintain financial backup when taking up orders

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