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Sunday, April 14 • 12:30pm - 2:00pm
Economic & Environmental Impacts of Custom Clothing NOW OPEN

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Part of the Community Workshop Series

Why custom clothing? What are the trends? How does custom clothing help the environment? What are the economic impacts of custom clothing? What impacts does technology have in custom fashion? Join our conversation with the members of the local custom clothing industry – Alton Lane, Sealed with a Kiss, and Charlottesville Dress Co. Join us for a mini-fashion show and conversation on these questions and more.

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Susan Stimart

Founder, Charlottesville Dress Company
I am also founder of a new start-up consulting practice, for urban planning and economic development solutions, called Strategic Urban Applications.
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Susan Sorbello

Designer and Owner, Sorbello Couture, Sealed With a Kiss
Susan Sorbello has created fashion her whole life.  After graduating in fashion design with the City & Guilds of London, she created a custom couture ladies' clothing business.  Since focusing exclusively on bridal wear, Susan has exhibited at the Couture Bridal Market in New York... Read More →

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Alton Lane

Founded by two UVa alumni in 2009 and headquartered in Richmond (with twelve showrooms across the country), Alton Lane is at the forefront of the custom menswear revolution. hile you're in, you'll enjoy a relaxed and private appointment with one-on-one consultation in a space featuring... Read More →

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