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AVD LONDON LTD 

AVD London Ltd is a bespoke fashion house that specialises in custom-made outfits. With customers ranging from musicians to tv personalities, occasion goers and actors for red carpet events, performances and appearances. Our focus is on self-expression through clothes that respect the body shape of the client and represent their brand and personality. Your ‘non-conventional-body-shape’ is what inspires us. We have worked with NAO (Brit-Nominated female singer), Nandi (The Voice Contestant 2018, Team Will & Team Tom), Jerry Barnes lead base guitarist from the (Chic Band) and many more.

 

Curvaceous bodies are our speciality. They are our foundation and dictate the future direction of our designs. Every curve, fold, bump and muscle is considered when making an AVD garment.

 

Chunky thighs, petite busts, curvaceous bottoms, they are all welcome. Let our clothes take care of your unique curves, so you can focus on showing off your inner Alpha.

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ALPHA FEMALE ACADEMY

 

AVD London Ltd has been awarded a grant to run a social enterprise, that trains young BAME (Black Asian Minority Black Ethnic) women from low socio-economic backgrounds, with fashion industry skills such as pattern cutting, garment construction and fashion design. 

 

HOW OUR SOCIAL ENTERPRISE IS DOING GOOD?

 

These workshops are open to all  and each time you book a workshop, your money will help subsidise another workshop for a BAME woman. As a social enterprise we want help these women gain the confidence in working within the fashion industry, learn highly sought after skills that most university curriculums don't teach and become self-made business women or skilled employees 

WHY WE DO WHAT WE DO?

The UK’s fashion industry alone contributes £20.92 billion to the UK’s GDP. In 2016 a report showed that 40% of the 32,422 creative workforce were women, and a staggering 11% per cent out of the whole workforce were women from BAME communities. 

“In an interview with The Guardian, Sarah Mower MBE (Vogue.com's Chief Critic) says, “a huge skills gap is opening up – pattern cutting has gone by the board in many colleges, while the design houses are crying out for skilled pattern cutters and pay good money. People come out from universities having designed a collection but it is the technician who has sewn it.” 

 

From this incite Alpha Female Academy was born. Our main goal is to bridge the skills gap highlighted by Sarah Mower and teach women how to pattern cut and sew; giving them the skills, while empowering them to start their own businesses.

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