Today we share some work from pattern cutter, Central Saint Martins BA Fashion tutor and Short Course tutor, Jill Entwistle.
Jill Entwistle teaches pattern making on the BA Fashion course at Central Saint Martins. She has 20 years experience in the Fashion Industry, and began teaching at Central Saint Martins 8 years ago. She also freelance pattern cuts on a part-time or project by project basis.
For the Exhibition Jill is showing a custom made work in progress garment on a pattern cutting mannequin, emphasising the exhibition’s theme of process and form. Behind the mannequin sits a banner showing 360° views of the mannequin displayed in the show as well as one other.
In the words of the show’s curator, Hugo Bou-Assaf, her atypical and experimental work “acts as a sculptural disturbance of the accepted geometry in garment design.”
If you like what you see and are feeling inspired, there are places available to book now on her upcoming courses, Patternmaking – Experimental And Explorative Approaches Part 1 and Patternmaking – Experimental And Explorative Approaches Part 2.