Sarah Denise Cordery
Sarah Denise Studio
Political statements have been at the forefront of fashion this year
Manchester, England-based Sarah Denise Studio provides relevant fashion design, graphics and technical assets for brands, suppliers and start-ups, without the need for agencies or the overheads of an in-house design team. Owner Sarah Denise Cordery discusses fashion design and sustainability.
Fibre2Fashion: What is your approach towards sustainable designing?
Sarah Denise Cordery:
Fibre2Fashion: Where do you source wedding dresses for your upcycling projects?
Fibre2Fashion: Where do you retail from?
Fibre2Fashion: Where do you source fabric for your various lines?
Fibre2Fashion: What kind of research do you do for trend forecasting? What is your trend forecast that will rule the upcoming seasons?
Fibre2Fashion: What surface patterns do you specialise in? Where did you learn the art from?
Fibre2Fashion: What kind of services does your studio offer? Do you have any recent work to share?
Fibre2Fashion: Which brands do you work with?
Fibre2Fashion: Which countries do you have clients from? Do you have any plans for expansion?
Fibre2Fashion: From designing a concept to final production, what are the challenges you face?
Fibre2Fashion: How long have you been into fashion design and how has your overall experience been?
Fibre2Fashion: How different does it feel to be self-employed compared to doing a regular job? Do you see more designers taking up freelancing nowadays?
Fibre2Fashion: Freelance fashion designers work longer hours and are under constant pressure to meet the deadlines. How true is this assumption?
Fibre2Fashion: How do you market your work and yourself being a freelance designer?
Fibre2Fashion: Please throw some light on your recent costume design.
Fibre2Fashion: What is the Sarah Denise C specialty?
Fibre2Fashion: What are your future plans? What different costumes you are planning to design?
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