2D Floor plan
(Promo codes and access to trade discounts*)
Panel discussion that explores the many new arrivals that made London the fashion destination it is today.
It was a privilege to be invited as a speaker to
give a talk on Fashion and migration in
the East End and beyond at the Museum of
Chaired by Bethan Bide (Design historian and academic advisor to the Fashion City Exhibition)
Panel: Anne Kershen (Honorary Senior Research Fellow at Queen Mary University and author) and Asma Begum (Writer and Researcher).
14th November 2023
Join me for a creative workshop on Saturday, 2nd October @Hackney Bridge, unit 1-28, Echo building, London E15 2SJ
Make and Mend workshop has restarted in October 2021. If you’re interested in the workshop, send me a email with your name and mobile number and I’ll put you on the list. Please note there is limited spaces for this workshop but I endeavour to include new participants in rotation.
Family-orientated workshop engaging kids and adults to be creative and to learn a new skill.
The untold stories of Bangladeshi Seamstresses and their contributions and sacrifices.
An in-depth community project, research based book, documenting oral history of Bangladeshi Seamstresses in the UK in London’s East End in 1970-2000.
Innovations in East India Company Shipping
After the launch of my second book “I sewed, I sewed and I sewed“ - it garnered a lot of attention and recognition. We had a book exhibition and discussion in the Houses of Parliament hosted by Rushanara Begum MP in May 2023
5 weeks sewing starter class
Every Thursday in November. All ages welcome.