Amy Ward

Amy Ward

Studio ManagerLondon, United Kingdom
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Amy Ward

Amy Ward

Studio ManagerLondon, United Kingdom
About me
I am an exceptionally organised creative who loves the process of taking a design through to final product and taking all the steps to ensure the outcome is of high quality, with a love of the finite details. My passion and determination drive me to succeed in any role given with a positive outlook. My experience within both womenswear and menswear has given me a great understanding of RTW sampling and production management and allowed me to develop a strong ability to work within the fashion schedule. I thrive on leading as well as being an integral part of a team, I enjoy the variation and insight my previous experience has allowed me into the industry.
Projects credited in
  • Lou Dalton AW20
    Lou Dalton AW20Show Report on the Lou Dalton AW20 collection
  • Lou Dalton AW19 Lookbook
    Lou Dalton AW19 LookbookLou Dalton AW18 lookbook. Portraits, still life and atmospheric captured during her presentation at 
London Fashion week. Photography by Clark Franklyn Art Direction & Design by Pierre-Yves Morvan
Work history
    Consultant, Machinist, AssistantSelf Employed
    United KingdomFreelance
    Since the pandemic began, I have been freelancing remotely on various projects • Assist in all aspects of consultancy projects for Lou Dalton & Holly Fulton including CAD work, tech packs, sampling & production, client & manufacturer liaison • Consulting and bespoke manufacture for Hannah Sophia England, contributing to the ‘Women Supporting Women’ collection for in collaboration with Chloe Delavinge, Hum Fleming, Sabrina Percy, Isabel Getty, Deborah Ababio, Georgia Toffolo and Sophie Perkins, with all proceeds going to The Princes Trust • Stage costume pattern cutting and manufacture, bespoke alterations for bridal and RTW
    Studio ManagerLou Dalton
     - London, United KingdomFull Time
    Through the technical and managerial skills within my role, I have been responsible for the practical realisation and product development of sampling and production alongside the daily running of an active design studio within the RTW wholesale model. Managing and maintaining a team, critical path, budget, and internal and external manufacture in line with LCM fashion events and wholesale schedules. Overseeing consultancies and external collaborations over varied market levels such as John Smedley, Gloverall, Shackleton and Farnol. Dealing with press sample requests and day-to-day PR liaison. Raw material ordering and allocation, pattern development, sample manufacture, rigorous quality control across all elements on all product groups, compiling and issuing tech packs, factory liaison, and international logistics and stock management. Backstage management and studio team leadership for LCM fashion events and photo shoots, and assisting stylist. Compiling range plan, sales book and preparation of collection for the showrooms in London, Paris and Asia.
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  • Organisation
  • Sewing
  • Abobe Illustrator
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Time Management
  • Pattern Cutting
  • Critical Path
  • Quality Control
  • Studio Management
  • Product Development
    Level 3 Extended Diploma in Fashion and ClothingNew College Stamford
     - Stamford, United Kingdom
    Level 3 Extended Diploma in Fashion and Clothing | Triple Distinction* Additionally: Level 2 Functional Skills in English and ICT, Trinity Guildhall Bronze Arts Award
    BA (Hons) FashionThe University of Central Lancashire
     - Preston, United Kingdom
    1st Class BA (Hons) with Sandwich in Fashion Design