Interview with Charlotta Ayers, co-founder of
School of Pattern Cutting
This week Kathryn interviews Charlotta Ayers, the co-founder of School of pattern cutting. Charlotta started life as a designer, before moving into the world of pattern cutting and teaching. In this interview we talk about studying at Central st. Martins, the pros and cons of pattern cutting and life as a teacher, both at college and through her own business. Charlotta has a some great pearls of wisdom for any fashion students out there so if that’s you, then stay tuned!
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Charlotta has worked around the globe in capitals such as London and Hong Kong for luxury brands as both a designer and pattern cutter.
She also studied at the prestigious Central st. Martins and after working in the industry decided to share her love of fashion by becoming a fashion tutor at Suffolk New College.
She currently runs her own online teaching platform called “School of Pattern Cutting” which specialises in offering online pattern cutting classes with a focus on vintage styles and detailing.
(Plus she loves cats and Pattern cutting…what more could you want?!)
If you want to find out more about the courses we discussed, click the links below:
Some Notes from us…
If you want to find the mini Dior couture collection you can check it out here. Safe to say we’re in love!
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