Don’t miss Pamela Easton’s Trunk Show, on today from 10am until 4pm at Comber Street Studio, 5 Comber Street, Paddington, NSW. The coats are eyewateringly beautiful, all hand made and embroidered. In fact you will find a lovely label inside the coat signed by the designer, maker and embroider.
As you will see … I couldn’t stop myself from taking close up shots of just details. My friend Bronwyn Pipers told me about the show and Pamela very kindly invited me for drinks on the opening night last Thursday. Pretty well every fashion lover in Sydney was there. The show is moving onto Perth and Melbourne so follow Pamela on her instagram pamelaeaston for those dates.
Jenny Brockie walked out with a three quarter green coat and I think some pants … encouraged and styled by the wonderful Lesley Crawford, Jane De Teliga had her eye on a pair of fabulous pants…. I could go on ….
These pieces are works of art.
This best sums up what Pamela Easton label is about …. from Indulge Magazine ….
The designer prides her own label Pamela Easton on longevity, having been designed thoughtfully with sustainability at the beginning. She is creating pieces that can be worn for years, rather than items that are worn today and discarded tomorrow. She wants to create a future for the craftspeople who bring her designs to life, giving them the opportunity to succeed. “It is about ensuring that the people that make the clothes are paid correctly, work in good conditions and are generally treated in a very humane way, like how we would like to be treated.” Pamela spends a great deal of time with her production team in India, inspiring and sourcing new collections, as she holds a deep appreciation for her workers’ incredible textile skills that have been passed down through generations. Pam believes in nurturing these skills, together creating striking, unique and timeless pieces.
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