Added Oct 19, 2010
London, United K...
Drape Drape Volume 1- pattern number 1 combined with Marilyn Trousers.
A cheer experiment on cashmere/wool remnants from the RCA fashion department. It is such a pleasure to work with fabrics of such quality for free. The pleats look better when controlled with invisible hand-stitching in the inside. Easy pull on and off, side closure (see opening/pocket detail), belt with two buckles…
The Marilyn pattern is a really flattering one. So far I found it a good base to crack up with tailoring extravagance (on fabric remnants of course) and alternative closures. Two other instalments on the go
Adieu frontral zipped closures!
wool and cashmere
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