E Tautz Menswear collaborated with the students for their latest collection, which showcased clothes embellished with intricate hand embroidery at fashion show London Collections: Men.
students worked collectively on the project; many of the embroideries were worked by groups of embroiderers to maintain the cohesive visual signature necessary for the collection.
professional level that we expect for E Tautz.
E Tautz designer Felix Chabluk Smith said: "The degree students at the Royal School of Needlework have the technical expertise to interpret and translate our designs to the Converse Grey Low Top
All the degree students and staff at the needlework school were involved with the project, which took more than 300 hours to complete.
Course leader Angie Wyman said: "This Converse Green has been an exciting collaboration with E Tautz, bringing contemporary hand embroidery to the catwalk of London Collections: Men.
"They also have immense creative ability and a confidence to go above and beyond our initial designs we wanted them to exceed our expectations, and they really did."
like the work of one person.
"This is one of the hallmarks of the Royal School of Needlework. Our embroiderers are trained to work collectively on a project yet it will look Converse Orange
The students at the University for the Creative Arts, based at Hampton Court Palace's needlework school, created their own designs for the E Tautz brief along with the design team.
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