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Trained at the Royal School of Needlework, Alice has experience working professionally both as an Artist and in the fashion industry. Her own work is predominantly concept based and autobiographical, conveying ideas of mending, healing, growth, and the transformative power of cloth. Additionally, the work plays on contrasts and juxtapositions, both physical and metaphorical. Alice is also a firm believer in the meditative and therapeutic values of stitch.Locked Pro Plan feature
New Designers Exhibitor 2017
Working as a freelance hand embroiderer for both the couture and fashion embroidery departments at Alexander McQueen in London, applying embellishment and embroidery to couture garments for clients in addition to the runway, Oscars awards ceremony dresses, pre collection, and bespoke wedding dresses
Worked in the Burberry flagship store, hand embroidering bespoke napkins to order for customers in conjunction with The New Craftsmen
Working on a stand at the Burberry 'Makers House' in September 2016 to promote their new collection and showcase the art of hand embroidery for visitors
Hand Embroidery demonstrator on a collaborative work at the Royal School of Needlework stand, Luxury Made Design Show
HBO - Hand Embroiderer for Game of Thrones; collaborative work for costume/textile promotional Night's King 'Hardhome' scene with The Embroiderers' Guild, Royal School of Needlework, Hand & Lock and Fine Cell Work
Working as a freelance hand embroiderer for Alexander McQueen in London, for the A/W16 collection, applying embellishment and embroidery to garments in preparation for the runway
Worked on various hand embroidery and multi-media aspects of the A/W16 collection
Worked on the ‘Feather Dress’ by Nicholas Oakwell for the GREAT Britain Campaign - was a part of the embroidery process, in which some 200,000 ostrich feathers were hand applied to the dress in a degrade colour scheme which included 18 shades
30 points, equivalent to 392 UCAS points
For outstanding skills in technical stitch techniques