In the creation of a garment the Liz Davenport design team first establishes the most sought after fashion elements, selects the most exciting fabrics and colours, then adds a dash of Liz davenport magic in the form of delicate finishing touches and voila “The Look” is completed.
A Liz Davenport garment seldom stands alone. It must work in combination as part of a coordinated wardrobe to give extreme value.
Liz Davenport designs are protected from obsolescence; they will last for many seasons.
Every garment, every collection, and every season can only be brought together with the execution of the comprehensive Creative Development Process (CDP).
The creative development process of design, fabric selection, pattern making, technical construction, detail, embellishment, quality control, allocation and delivery are a symphony of unparalleled determination to give our clients the very best.
How do you shape up?
Years of experience show that the ‘average’ woman, who may spend her earlier years as a proportioned size 10 or 12, puts on weight at the hips and waist but doesn’t at the shoulders.
How often does the jacket fit, but not the skirt or pants? If this has happened to you then do not despair – you are NORMAL!
According to our company research, the standard measurements used as a guide in the fashion industry are not true to real women’s sizes. For average size 12, 14, 16 and 18 our fit has been re-proportioned.
Liz Davenport Physical and Psychological comfort
Garments should be physically unrestrictive and comfortable on the body, they should also give the wearer a sense of well-being, a confidence in the knowledge that they are above all, appropriately dressed, with a touch of fashion but not overkill.
Garments are feelings on coat hangers!
Your clothes not only affect the way you feel about yourself, they affect the way others feel about you.
They are a nonverbal communication, sending messages about educational level, social standing, moral beliefs, status, attitude and ambition. People react to your appearance. It is important that you are very much at ease in your ‘second skin’.