50 min

189 // Honouring Your Craft & Paving The Way For Your Industry with Eloïse Panetta The Real Her Project Podcast

    • Business

Today on the Podcast I am chatting with Eloïse Panetta who is a Sydney-based designer who makes unique pieces to order. All of her garments are made in-house using the highest quality of ethically sourced silk from sustainable and socially responsible suppliers.
 
She transforms the silk into bespoke camis, slips, dresses, blouses and scarves which she botanically dyes by hand. To hand dye these one-of-a-kind garments, she uses a botanical technique that involves wrapping small batches of leaves, flowers and berries in the silk and steaming.
 
Throughout her artisanal and intricate processes Eloise holds true the brand's values of transparency, ethical production and minimal waste. Made-to-order garments limit the environmental damages of fashion production, and she uses any leftover fabric scraps to make hair accessories such as scrunchies, ribbons and headbands. 
 
Her bespoke designs celebrate the beauty of the natural world and demonstrate the true art of delicate craftsmanship that is often lost in today's era of fast fashion.
 
In today’s episode we not only discuss her beautiful and intricate process, we also discuss the benefits of keeping everything in house, not only from a business point of view, but environmentally too.
 
In a world where ‘more more more’ is needed (especially in fashion) it was so refreshing to sit down and talk to someone who is carving a new way in the industry, coming up with her own concepts and being so considered every step of the way.
 
This episode is perfect for anyone who wants to be a leader in their field, who wants to make a difference in their industry and build a brand that will leave a lasting impact for generations to come.
 
In today’s episode we discuss:
Eloïse’s journey in the fashion industry
Eloïse’s intricate design process
The benefits of keeping everything in house
Self education and progression
And so much more!
 
If you would like to know more about Eloïse’s and her beautiful products you can head to https://eloisepanetta.com/ and visit her on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/eloisepanetta/
 
Ways to reach me:
 
Instagram https://www.instagram.com/therealherproject/
Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXyaSvK0IIz1-egve7NSW3A?view_as=subscriber
Website https://www.therealherproject.com/ 
 
For business enquiries please contact therealherproject@gmail.com
 
Download your FREE Business Starter Guide: https://www.go.therealherproject.com/business-starter-guide1629359143270
 
Music:
 
Thomas Gresen: https://open.spotify.com/artist/4OZCQ... https://twitter.com/ThomasGresenSound... https://soundcloud.com/thomasgresen https://www.instagram.com/thomasgresen https://creativecommons.org/licenses/... Music promoted by RFM: https://youtu.be/WE6S3q9NmjU

Today on the Podcast I am chatting with Eloïse Panetta who is a Sydney-based designer who makes unique pieces to order. All of her garments are made in-house using the highest quality of ethically sourced silk from sustainable and socially responsible suppliers.
 
She transforms the silk into bespoke camis, slips, dresses, blouses and scarves which she botanically dyes by hand. To hand dye these one-of-a-kind garments, she uses a botanical technique that involves wrapping small batches of leaves, flowers and berries in the silk and steaming.
 
Throughout her artisanal and intricate processes Eloise holds true the brand's values of transparency, ethical production and minimal waste. Made-to-order garments limit the environmental damages of fashion production, and she uses any leftover fabric scraps to make hair accessories such as scrunchies, ribbons and headbands. 
 
Her bespoke designs celebrate the beauty of the natural world and demonstrate the true art of delicate craftsmanship that is often lost in today's era of fast fashion.
 
In today’s episode we not only discuss her beautiful and intricate process, we also discuss the benefits of keeping everything in house, not only from a business point of view, but environmentally too.
 
In a world where ‘more more more’ is needed (especially in fashion) it was so refreshing to sit down and talk to someone who is carving a new way in the industry, coming up with her own concepts and being so considered every step of the way.
 
This episode is perfect for anyone who wants to be a leader in their field, who wants to make a difference in their industry and build a brand that will leave a lasting impact for generations to come.
 
In today’s episode we discuss:
Eloïse’s journey in the fashion industry
Eloïse’s intricate design process
The benefits of keeping everything in house
Self education and progression
And so much more!
 
If you would like to know more about Eloïse’s and her beautiful products you can head to https://eloisepanetta.com/ and visit her on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/eloisepanetta/
 
Ways to reach me:
 
Instagram https://www.instagram.com/therealherproject/
Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXyaSvK0IIz1-egve7NSW3A?view_as=subscriber
Website https://www.therealherproject.com/ 
 
For business enquiries please contact therealherproject@gmail.com
 
Download your FREE Business Starter Guide: https://www.go.therealherproject.com/business-starter-guide1629359143270
 
Music:
 
Thomas Gresen: https://open.spotify.com/artist/4OZCQ... https://twitter.com/ThomasGresenSound... https://soundcloud.com/thomasgresen https://www.instagram.com/thomasgresen https://creativecommons.org/licenses/... Music promoted by RFM: https://youtu.be/WE6S3q9NmjU

50 min

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