With 10 years of experience under her belt, ranging from luxury bridal to bespoke tailoring. Alicya Sinclair is the first Savile Row trained female to launch a women’s only tailoring brand in 2013.
Born in South London, at the age of 16 Sinclair landed her first work placement at Ozwald Boateng. Travelling to Ghana with her design team for a Charity Gala event and again for the African Government Summit. Alicya gained first-hand invaluable experience in altering garments working with the likes of Reverent Jessie Jackson, Herbie Hancock and Michael Essien.
Sinclair has trained with the Savile Row Bespoke which provided her with the tools in garment construction, pattern cutting and tailoring and then later graduated from the Savile Row Academy under the direction of Professor Andrew Ramroop 3 years later.
Alicya’s career has grown from being a tailor at Harvey Nichols department store, Richard Anderson on Savile Row as a jacket maker and as a cutter at a prestige couture fashion house in Knightsbridge on Beauchamp Place, where she worked on garments for clients like Middle Eastern Royal Family, celebrities and high net worth individuals.
Alicya’s awards include first time finalist at the Golden Shears Awards, branded as the Oscars of Tailoring by GQ Magazine and Rising Start finalist at The Black British Business Awards 2016. Her designs have been showcased at some of the biggest events in the UK and internationally from the Grammys, the National Television Awards 2015, British Soap Awards 2016 and her garments voted the best look at Royal Ascot by WWD Magazine, worn by girl group The Tootsie whilst performing for the Queen.