20 September 2013

To Make Things Happen

LONDON: When you follow me on my monthly column in the German edition of GLAMOUR Magazine you already know by now that I am passionate about making my own clothes.

Not that I am very talented with the sewing machine but mostly I like to rethink my clothes, add something to them, change the proportion or just make them look new and different every season.

While looking at my favorite shows during London Fashion Week I got so inspired that I wanted to start right away creating something new. Then I found THE MAKERY in London, a creative hub, where people can come and learn countless new skills as well as have lots of fun in a relaxed and welcoming place.

The staff of THE MAKERY is committed to help anyone who wants to be creative, learn to live more resourcefully and have thoroughly good fun. And in the end you go home with something you have created yourself. Spending your time like this will just make you very happy.

1. & 2. Vivienne Westwood Red Label, 3. Christopher Kane, 4. Daks, 5. Mary Katrantzou, 6. Daks, 7. Christopher Kane, 8. Paul Smith, 9. Christopher Kane



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