Atelier Melbourne “Longevity Garments” Workshop
“Hand Sewing Bespoke Garments”
12 September to 10 OCTOBER
Ross House, Melbourne 3000
“All abilities from home sewers to the experienced can learn the secrets of creating either a bespoke skirt or waistcoat and custom fitting the garment to the wearer. “Atelier Melbourne” specializes in teaching classical techniques when creating women’s Couture and men’s Bespoke garments, with the view of long-lasting timeless garments.
Teachers are certified TAE40116 trainers and are bespoke and couture technicians, classes are intimate with emphasis on one-on-one teaching to maximise hands-on learning that befits hand craftsmanship”
- Five Sunday Sessions x 5 hours each session ( 30 hours course time)
- Every Sunday from 10 am – 4 pm (12 September – 10 October)
- Refund: (COVID LOCKDOWN) absolute
- Location: ROSS HOUSE MELBOURNE 247-251 Flinders Lane Melbourne VIC 3000
- Full Paying: Course Fee: $750
- Student: Course Fee: $650 – on presentation of student card
- Disability / Pensioners:Course Fee: $650 – on presentation of D/ P card
Joshua Ton is a “classically trained bespoke tailor” bespoke craftsman, cutter and fitter. Joshua trained under master bespoke tailor, Bijan Sheikhlary of Bespoke Bijan, and is a qualified trainer and assessor and holds a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE 40116) and champion of adult language, literacy and numeracy.
Deborah Cameron is the director of training at Atelier Melbourne and holds a Masters in Education and Training, TAE40016 and a bachelor degree in fashion design, pattern making and couture garment construction. She takes fashion garment longevity seriously and advocates for equality for diversity.
At Atelier we teach everything there to know about creating fashion garments. Our class sizes are small, allowing for our teachers to focus on each client’s needs. We are concerned about the environment and are troubled about climate change.
Team Atelier Melbourne