Taz dorodi is an ambitious, creative and highly motivated individual fashion design graduate of 2020.With several years of experience in pattern cutting and making clothes, she is willing to do things that are very challenging and valuable. Her high interest in bespoke design ( made-to-order ), especially in tailoring is the key to creating her one off piece of clothing. She believes that clothes should make women feel strong, sexy and empowered and each piece of clothing comes with its own individual style. '' It's still worth remembering that bespoke clothing not only can make us look unique, but what is more important , fits out body well and gives us the feeling of absolute comfort ''
It all started with Huddersfield textile/cloth sponsoring me and wanting to have a shoot in Florence, Italy at the Pitti oumo event. From there, they offered me a place as head ladieswear designer to start my own line. Started pretty well but then the Covid-19 hit us so I had to leave. But hopefully once everything has cleared I will go back and become a womenswear clothier/tailor beside growing my own individual brand.
I was studying abroad in Slovenia when they reached out to me and sponsored me to create a two piece tailored outfit and get to go to Pitti Oumo in Florence, Italy and shoot my piece of clothing.
My press outfit for my final year collection was one of the top 5 chosen outfits for the Gradian Selection and will be published on 13th of June 2020. ( Coming Soon )
Taken forward to the catwalk final stage at the tailoring competition at merchant Taylor's hall. ( Reached the standard of Excellence in the Competition for the execution of Design, Cutting, Style and Craft Skills in Tailoring. I got to become one of their finalists, at the Golden Shears tailoring award in 2019. That was my first experince to get to see my work down on the catwalk, was an incredible day.
My work was featured in Yorkshire post magazine and got to be shown on the catwalk at the Great Yorkshire Showground in Harrogate.
I was Nominated and shortlisted for ASOS FUTURE TALENT DESIGN AWARD. Fashion Design portfolio work for my second semester, first year that I was working on.
Martin House Children Hospice, Designing and making new garments from No-longer usable ones.