Combining traditional skills with a contemporary vision, you will experiment with the materials and learn new creative possibilities to make an original, one-of-a-kind piece. The Hobo bag uses Origami and folding techniques creating deep practical pockets with a large handle. Each participant will make their own unique bag composed with their favourite vintage fabrics.
Aurore and Laurence met several years ago in Paris when working on the Artisanal Collection at Maison Martin Margiela. Since then, they have taught together at a number of masterclasses and workshops in Fashion and Textile institutions in the USA, France…
All materials and tailoring equipement, snacks and refreshments provided.Feel free to bring your own sewing machine.
Laurence Teillet is a French multi disciplinary designer who works and lives in London. She studied Fashion Design and Environment at Duperré, Ecole Supérieure des Arts Appliqués in Paris, and Textile Design in London where she developed a Design Manifesto to Re-use second hand textiles for her Master of Arts degree at Central Saint Martins (UAL).
Laurence produced a range of re-used textile designs through inventive printing techniques for Atom Design Studio in London.
The Garment Party Happening, her conceptual and experimental work in progress about how to wear and use clothes in different ways, led…