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BESPOKE LADIES TAILOR House of Lady Row offers you a garment developed from the


most exquisite design and made to measure in the finest tradition, offering exceptional fabric and an impeccable cut


I STARTED TAILORING when I was a little girl, stitching miniature dresses for the dolls my mum bought me. Through my teens, I drifted away from my tailoring, spending most of my time painting. I attended a top university and achieved an MA in Fine Art. After spending decades trying to make a living through my art, I started to pick up on my long forgotten joy of tailoring, and the wonderful memories I had and this became my peace. My sanctuary. I gave up on my painter’s career, realising that I was able to express myself in a truer light through my tailoring.


Through my good fortune, I was introduced by a friend to some members of Savile Row who were looking for aspiring tailors. They passed on their pearls of wisdom, training me day in and day out, pushing my knowledge and perspective to another level, which allowed me to create all kinds of clothes.


So this is where my fine arts background changes everything. It allows me to merge the two creative art worlds into something absolutely stunning and which hasn’t been accomplished before. My true aim is to offer something unique, a service which is able to provide coats for everyone of all shapes and sizes without losing its bespoke touch. This is the true essence of Lady Row. Choose your own fabric, with the shape of the collar and lapels, the type of lining, your own embroidery and even any topstitching.


07737 672 541 • LADYROW.CO.UKINFO@LADYROW.CO.UK $ LADYROWTAILORING " @IRINA_WORGER


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