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Dearest lovely ladies in waiting
Well, I've been away a little of late. Mostly this has involved me visiting the UK where I have been celebrating our Queen's Diamond Jubilee, among other things of course. But I promise I haven't been neglecting you. No! I have been busy working on a very special event - afterall it's not just royalty that deserve special attention, bespoke fashion creations and a stylist. And it is not just the royal family who can access the world of couture, colour specific and catwalk clothing pieces.
For those of you who have always wanted to have that front row seat at a fashion show or been curious about the craft that is couture - the art of the atelier - then I am very excited to be able to tell you about an exclusive Fashion event taking place in
city centre Zurich on Saturday June 23rd.
It's going to be an event not to be missed, where I am honoured to also be guesting with a speed colour styling session.
Read more below but do sign up quick as places are limited to around 25 lucky ladies.
Fashion meets story telling
Behind the curtains
In Kazu Huggler’s Couture Atelier
There was a time when women had to wear corsets and crinolines, flounced petticoats and chemise-like skirts. And there was a time, when everything in the world of fashion changed. A new form of femininity was born - one that spoke of freedom, independence and experimentation; one that followed the body’s natural curves without moulding it and one that evoked endlessness.
Today only a few designers know the ancient Japanese technique that can change a woman’s silhouette in the most amazing and mystical way, creating a simplified body-clinging effect. One of them is the Swiss-Japanese designer Kazu Huggler, whose garments re-create the kimono pattern with a rare purity and with artistic expression.
This year Kazu Huggler is celebrating her label’s 10th anniversary, by presenting a line of her signature pieces in Tokyo.
In celebration she will host a small Apéro
at her Atelier in Zurich
Join Mirror Ball Studios and me in meeting Kazu and hear the story behind her garments, the process and techniques she uses in her designs and the extraordinary symbiosis she achieves between Japanese and Swiss culture.
Mirror Ball Studios Will Be There!
I'll be welcoming guests with an introductory workshop on the colour choices you should make, this season's hot catwalk colours and how you can uniquely embrace colour with confidence.
I'd love to see you there.
You will be able to try some of the amazing KAZU creations and also have a professional picture taken by our photographer Julie Collins (www.juliecollins.net). Snacks for the Apéro will be provided by Dancoise of Celebration Cakes
Saturdy 23d June
16:00 – 18:00
Neptunstrasse 2, 8032-Zürich
Space is limited to around 25 ladies
Cost: CHF 35
Or Register at: http://www.amiando.com/JLVNJJK