My inaugural SuzziMaggs fashion collection is finally off and running!
It has been such a long time coming, yet at the start of 2020 I was not thinking that this was the year for it. Volunteering in Uganda then travelling through Spain and Morocco were on my plan, then back home to routine.
Like so many of you have also experienced, nothing has gone to my plan or seemed like routine this year (except Uganda) but I do believe that everything we go through gives us the experience we need to move into the next chapter. For me it has lead me towards a lifelong dream to be a fashion designer. It's a small start that I am making, and if I look back over the years I have been designing garments for myself and others for the past 30+ years.
But this is different- putting myself out there with my own style of clothing that I hope the world will appreciate and even want to purchase! It is a bit daunting, but I believe the time is right because of the way everything has fallen into place, including the right people to give me guidance and assistance.
I had my first Facebook live as a pre-launch and some people even watched it! Thank you people.
Then we held a live launch last Friday evening which people attended and ordered some pieces.
So I am busy ordering bulk fabric and getting ready to sew up a storm and trying to remain focused on my current collection while all the ideas for the next 2 collections are already buzzing around in my head!
If you have already ordered something, I thank you for your confidence in me, and as soon as the fabric arrives I will be down to work on your orders.
If you would like to order something please look at the Fashion Collection page in the shop on my website.
If you have any questions at all please email me at email@example.com
I will still be donating to 100% Hope from all orders and I will endeavor to up-cycle wherever I can without compromising on quality. for instance some of my Sporettes are made from unwanted linen garments, and they are also a way to use the offcuts from the larger garments so there is less waste.
Thank you for stopping to read this, I appreciate your support.
Love Suzanne x