Hangout #014 : Who made your clothes? - Annabel Giraud-Telme

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Annabel Giraud-Telme is a French/British fashion designer and maker who was taught by Alan Norris and Eva Blonskë, master tailor and seamstresss to HRH Queen Elizabeth II. Having accumulated over ten years of industry experience, Annabel’s graduate collection was featured on Vogue.com, Glamour.com, The Business of Fashion, Graduate Fashion Week and at the Royal Academy.

With Fashion Revolution Week gaining such great momentum, a short introduction into how your clothes are made, the fashion industry and global issues currently being faced. Whether you buy Primark or Gucci, the aim of this talk is to make the fashion industry transparent.

With over ten years of industry experience from Savile Row tailors to luxury designers: Jonathan Saunders and Hussein Chalayan, Annabel Giraud-Telme will be presenting her unique insight into the fashion world.

This is your chance to learn more about the only industry everyone has an opinion on. Discussing the process from farm to fashion show, so that you have a better understanding of who makes your clothes?

This is FREE for Desk members and £5 to pay on the door for non-members.