E Nolan is holding its first trunk show fittings in Sydney

Words by Maki Morita

Suit up, Sydney.

The Savile Row aesthetic may seem strictly like a gentleman’s affair. This London street’s history brings to mind finely-groomed men in tailored suits and polished shoes, adorned with cufflinks and ties. But E Nolan has made its name incorporating these time-honoured traditions into the world of womenswear.

Bringing together classic tailoring methods with forward-thinking design, Melbourne-based womenswear label E Nolan has set a new standard for women’s tailoring in Australia. In just 12 months, the made-to-order brand has built a loyal following and been named one of Vogue Australia’s 60 designers to watch in the next 60 years.

For the first time ever, E Nolan will be having ‘trunk show’ fittings in Sydney’s Rushcutters Bay, held from February 7 to February 9. Sydneysiders have the chance to meet E Nolan’s founder Emily Nolan for a limited run of appointments and get themselves a made-to-measure suit.

During a one-on-one session with the designer, clients will discuss their desired cut and choose from a collection of 60 fabrics including Australian Merino Wool, Irish linen, and Japanese and Italian cotton.

With fast fashion and online shopping becoming the norm, E Nolan is going against the grain by producing quality garments that are made to last. E Nolan is part of the new wave of Australian fashion offering women the chance to wear stylish, timeless garments, and we hope more labels follow suit.

Appointments for the upcoming Sydney trunk show can be made here.


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