Hello there! I'm Sarah Palow, a passionate lover of traditional craft techniques, which I delight in incorporating into my couture pieces. My journey began in the city of love, Paris, where I immersed myself for five wonderful years. There, I earned my certification in Haute Couture Beadwork and Embroidery, a credential that transformed my designs.
The experience was a game-changer for me, sparking a desire to blend the age-old artistry of embroidery with contemporary fashion. This inspiration led me to create my own line of clothing, an exquisite collection that beautifully marries tradition with modernity.
After launching my couture line, I have felt a strong pull to broaden my horizons further. So, I am packing my bags and embarking on an incredible journey around the globe to learn more about traditional craft techniques.
Each destination I visit offers a unique opportunity to delve into its rich cultural heritage. These experiences will not only expand my perspective but will also introduce me to a multitude of techniques that I can incorporate into my designs.
Every stitch, bead, and thread tells a story - a story of tradition, craftsmanship, and love. As I continue to travel and learn, I look forward to weaving many more such stories into the fabric of my brand. Because to me, fashion isn't just about looking good - it's about feeling connected to the world around us.
Follow along on my crafting and fashion adventure!
Who Is Sarah Palow?
L' Amour Fou
For her new collection titled “L’Amour Fou”, Sarah has imported vintage clothing from the boutique apparel shops of Europe and stylishly redesigned these pieces with the addition of classic couture beadwork and embellishments.
INSPIRED BY THE RUNWAYS OF PARIS
After living in Paris, France for over 5 years and being certified in Haute Couture beadwork and embroidery in one of Chanel's exclusive atelier houses, Sarah has now brought these techniques to the US and created a line of jewelry to include the tradition of Haute Couture.
EMBROIDERED JEAN JACKETS
Sarah uses upcyled designer ribbons, dustbags and other textiles bring jean jackets into couture fashion.
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