The fierce, formidable and uncontested stylings of Miss Francesca Couture have fast become the Holy Grail of the fashion-sphere. Her to-die-for designs are flourishing in the fashion industry, and have well and truly dominated the celebrity scene. With femme fatale’s including the beautiful Michelle Keegan, Alesha Dixon and Helen Flanagan already strutting their stuff in the admirable apparel, the humble label is set to blossom this year.
Founder of Miss Francesca Couture, the marvellous Francesca Kearns, has recently announced with delight that she is set to open the doors to her very own, stylish design studio, situated in the heart of Liverpool’s Metquarter.
Francesca said: “The design studio has brought a new lease of life to the business, and has been a natural next step, bringing together the design and making processes under one roof. It has given me real inspiration to drive the business forwards, and has created a great atmosphere within the Metquarter.”
Each of Miss Francesca Couture’s chic creations are destined to be designed and developed in the quirky new studio, with any alterations to any of the glamorous garments to be made on the very same day. The studio, complete with four members of staff including an on-hand design assistant and three seamstresses, will soon be home to exclusive placements for aspiring fashion students, as part of Francesca’s own apprentice programme.
“We will be offering fashion students wanting to work in the summer months a great opportunity to be involved in the design process, as well as giving them hands on experience in making garments. The apprentice scheme is also beneficial to us, as it keeps the business young and fresh and generates a great atmosphere to work in” said a euphoric Francesca, before explaining that she plans to rotate the student placements on a regular basis.
Miss Francesca Couture has ambitious plans for it’s thriving future, including an exclusive bespoke Girls collection, which she hopes to launch in the next month. Especially designed for lovely young ladies aspiring to be glamorous, aged between two and 12, this cute collection will operate alongside her ready-to-wear Girls collection.
Just look at her gorgeous ‘Afternoon Tea’ campaign…
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