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Rootstein Hopkins Lecture Theatre--London College of Fashion

20 John Prince's Street

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Cutting a dash and shaking up the profession

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Savile row, the world centre of the best of mens tailoring is undergoing big changes. Including attracting more women both as tailors and as customers. Antonia Ede, who studied costume at London College of Fashion, set up Montague Ede, her own bespoke tailoring business in 2016, around the corner in Soho, having learnt her trade over the years in Savile Row.

Sharing the workspace is bespoke shirtmaker, Deema Abi- Chanin. Trained as a freelancer making shirts, she started her own label, When Ede asked if she wanted to share a workspace, they created their base on Brewer Street in Soho.

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