Thursday 3 April / 6.30–8pm
Join celebrated British tailor Timothy Everest MBE and other Fashion industry experts for a panel discussion on the British clothing industry and men’s sports footwear.
The panel will discuss the increasing importance of authentic values in design, sourcing and production and how this is now benefiting leading brands within the British clothing industry.
Leading menswear stylists will explain their philosophy of creating looks for merchandising, photo-shoots and private clients.
The actual process of making both performance and casual Walsh shoes will be demonstrated along with the individuals and characters who create Britain’s only wholly owned, designed and manufactured sports footwear.
This talk coincides with the Walsh – Made in Britain display at the Fashion and Textile Museum (until 17 May).
Price: £15 includes a drink and exhibition entry.
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