The saree is a traditional outfit that is worn in India, Pakistan, and Nepal. Every woman in India has a piece or more of the saree. A saree can be worn every day or on different occasions. It has influenced various fashion designers around the world and it has evolved in many designs as well. Also it is now seen on many runways and globally it has been embraced. Some of the styling options that have originated from the saree are. Dhoti saree, Saree gown, Saree pants among many others that more designers are creating. In India, the saree is much loved and with current world fashion trends the fashion world has loved it too. Especially with women from celebrities to ordinary women now adorning to the saree.
Summer is calling and awakening a longing in us for the endlessness of the sea, foreign cultures and vast expanses. The Spring/Summer 2019 collections by the exhibitors of Greenshowroom and Ethical Fashion Show Berlin are an homage to the vast open spaces awaiting us outside of the cities and their invigorating energy and freedom. Typical elements: natural materials, harmonious colour palettes, folklore details and traditional craftsmanship techniques.
Lanificio Luigi Colombo is the world’s top producer of cashmere and high quality fibres. Knowledge of raw materials, high technology and experience in traditional craftsmanship are the distinctive elements of a philosophy built on values that create culture and culture that creates quality.
Just being environmentally friendly and ethical is obviously not enough in a market saturated with cheap fast fashion. A 30 Year Guarantee encourages people to hang on to their clothing, whilst emphasising quality and lower cost per wear.
Bearland House is an elegant 18th Century townhouse in the centre of historic Gloucester and home to the Emma Willis Factory. Here their luxury shirts, boxer shorts, pyjamas, dressing gowns and walking socks are made using traditional methods of cutting and sewing, making to the highest standards.
The Savile Row Academy is a tailoring school founded by Andrew Ramroop OBE, Master Tailor and Director of Maurice Sedwell, bespoke tailors of Savile Row.
Paul Henry Tailoring launched as a centre of excellence for tailoring, in a bid to save what is becoming a dying craft in Ireland. Paul Henry Tailoring offers the traditional Savile Row style experience of bespoke tailoring to its clientele from its showroom on Strand Street Great.
At J. H. Cutler, Australia’s, and one of the worlds, most highly regarded bespoke tailors and shirt makers, our philosophy is to understand and fulfil the commission of each individual client, to maintain the highest standards of traditional bespoke tailoring and to create clothing of unsurpassed elegance, comfort and quality.
Monokel Berlin is the made-to-measure manufacturer for the new generation of men in suits. No matter if it’s for evening wear, for a business or a leisure suit, together with you, we will create your tailor-made suit, shirt or chino-trousers. We would be happy to also advise you on your wedding suit. We can supply you with made-to-measure clothing, including the matching accessories, such as ties, pocket squares and men’s shoes, available in always changing collections.
Savile Row Academy is a tailoring school founded by Andrew Ramroop, Master Tailor and Director of Maurice Sedwell Ltd. The objective of the Academy is to protect, enhance and develop the value of bespoke tailoring by training aspiring tailors to the highest attainable standards.
Due to its geographical location, Eastern European mythology and folklore seamlessly blend influences from Asian nomads, the Orient, Ancient Greece, the Thracian and the European Slavic cultures, the result being something completely new and interesting, but still European.
Inspired by the beauty of traditional Bulgarian dances, the leading manufacturer of men's made-to-measure suits Richmart starts a National contest for Folklore dances and fashion 'Richmart Fashion Show'. Everyone who loves Bulgarians folklore and fashion is welcome to take part in the project.
Discovered Spring-Summer 2015 collection features a combination of bold prints and more subtle, traditional pieces.
While many have suggested that the emergence of the smart watch has sounded the death knell for the traditional watch making industry, this does a disservice to the resilience and fortitude of those within the industry. Traditional watches may well be one of the most intricate and ground-breaking innovations ever created, as this feat of engineering has the longevity to survive even the most unique technological developments. January is also one of the best times of the year to buy a brand new watch, as retailers often lower the prices and offer cut-price deals.
Diverse but stylish, colorful but harmonious, traditional but innovative - garments of Lie Sang-Bong's Spring-Summer 2014 collection are all these!
The famous South Korean Pret-A-Porter fashion designer who studied at the Seoul Institute of the Arts presented his works on October 2, 2013 in France during the Paris Fashion Week.