Work within fashion brand Palmer/Harding

I had really long summer holiday, so not waste the time I decided to find a job. Because I have an experience as Sample Machinist I have searched for this type of job. I could earn some money to help me during study. The are very many fashion brands that looking for student and offering internship, but I wanted to find a paid job, not internship and for a short period of time before I back to study.

I have applied for few position, one of them was the Sample Machinist at Palmer/Harding. Finally I get a job with them for about a one month to help to sew the SS17 collection for London Fashion Week. Also I helped them during the LFW show.


This is an amazing company, the team is very friendly and I had a really good experience.




launched in 2012 by central saint martins trained levi palmer and  matthew harding, palmer//harding is a designer brand specialising in the shirt. through innovative pattern cutting and draping techniques, the duo create modern,  exquisitely crafted shirts that bridge the line between wardrobe essential and modern statement. 

palmer//harding show seasonal collections on-schedule during london fashion week - showcasing the directional and aspirational side of the brand while creating  a following which continues to grow. through their progressive design and ever evolving collections, palmer//harding have become synonymous with the shirt, often being referred to as "the shirt boys" by press and buyers. 
 alongside the evolving catwalk collections is an expanding collection of shirts and shirt-dresses in a variety of cottons.

since launching, they have grown from strength to strength, featuring regularly in international publications, such as vogue, elle, tank, marie claire, i-d, wall street journal, the independent, wwd and paper. palmer//harding has become the press’ go-to brand for modern shirting. their stockists include globally recognised retailers such as, ikram, opening ceremony, united arrows and the room at hudson bay amongst others. 

palmer//harding have previously been awarded newgen sponsorship by the british fashion council and topshop as well as being finalist for the prestigious andam award in paris. the british council and the fashion trust recently awarded palmer//harding support through their fashion trust initiative.

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