Many people are interested in learning how to make women’s fashion clothes, but simply don’t have the skills or knowledge to know how to start. In South Africa, entrepreneur and experienced fashion designer, Brigette Mashile, founder of Roka Roko, has the answer – a new Ladies Fashion Design Individual Tutoring programme.
Bespoke South African women’s fashion brand, Roka Roko, founded by entrepreneur and designer Brigette Mashile, has been in the business of designing individual fashion garments for clients since 2014. During this time, she has met many people who have shown a keen interest in learning how to make beautiful garments for themselves. So Brigette has launched a brand new Ladies Fashion Design Individual Tutoring programme to show just how to create those bespoke items of clothing.
The programme has been specifically created to suit a wide age range, from fashion students, young people aged 6-18 years, and anyone who loves the idea of making their own clothes. In terms of programme content, the course covers concept build up, creating a mood board, creating a garment, patterns and sewing. Lessons can be done in the comfort of students’ own homes, at an agreed location, or at the Roka Roko studio which is at Brigette’s residential home.
Speaking about the launch of the new Roka Roko Ladies Fashion Design Individual Tutoring programme, Brigette says: We have had a demand for classes to teach how to make basic items; we hope to share this skill with as many people as possible.”
The programme is priced differently for children and adults.
Kids prices are R299 per lesson or R999 per month for 4 lessons
Adults prices are R399 per lesson or R999 per month for 4 lessons
To find out more about the Roka Roko Ladies Fashion Design Individual Tutoring programme contact founder Brigette Mashile via email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org, or call: 071 684 4379.
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