Embroidery and Silk Wedding Dress
A bespoke wedding dress such as this gorgeous design is created uniquely for the bride to ensure she looks like no other and all eyes are on her for her perfect day. If you’re interested in becoming that person who provides bespoke and designer dresses to brides for their big day, you could check out something like Winnie Couture franchise opportunities for more information. The wedding dress has a big impact on the day so it’s important to get it right.
Founded by creative director Lucy Tammam, award winning womenswear label Tammam is committed to creating beautiful bridal wear, haute couture and bespoke clothing using sustainable, ecological, cruelty free and fair trade raw fibres and production. Lucy Tammam has spent over a decade living between London and Southern India where she personally researches local ecological fabrics and yarns to cultivate and reinvent those techniques that may be perishing thus being instrumental in helping to preserve local traditions. With all Tammam designs equal importance is placed on sustainability, innovation, cut and style with the view to changing the way clothing is regarded.
Tammam is seen as trailblazer not only in the eco fashion world but in the high fashion world also, with “fibre to finishing” monitored supply chains and a clear ethical policy that is intrinsic to the label. All suppliers and producers are closely vetted and most offered support to ensure the yarns, embellishments or fabrics they supply meet the strict ethical policy intrinsic to the label. A number of artisans from India and Nepal with a wide range of experience are used by Tammam to ensure their heritage crafts are kept alive. Prints are created in Southern India using traditional hand printing and using specially carved wooden block to ensure the prints are unique and hand looms are used to create many fabrics.
A consultancy service is available for independent designers looking to produce sustainable and ethical fashion collections and also for larger corporations to assist in sustainable supply chains.
Image courtesy of Same Lane Photography and Atelier Tammam
For more beautiful sustainable bridal wear and gowns visit – www.tammam.co.uk