Experiencing challenges is inevitable, however we believe inner strength, resilience, and fortitude is built within us all. Sarah Hollebon seeks to educate and to stimulate positive dialogue in order to abolish stigma and misconceptions on what can be uncomfortable topics.
Sarah Hollebon is a rising British fashion designer with a mission to open up the conversation on social issues. Areas we are currently focusing on are mental ill health, trauma, and sexual violence.
People’s real experiences and challenges, where some are extremely deep rooted, are visually highlighted in each garment produced. Located on Kingly Street in Carnaby London, each garment is handmade in-house, offering either bespoke, custom made, or limited editions.
With a background in traditional bespoke tailoring and trained by a Savile Row waistcoat tailor, Sarah understands the importance for quality and for precision in every garment.
Sarah is also a mental health activist, by creating an open and positive dialogue and opening up the conversation, on what can be very challenging topics. She volunteers for Time to Change Kingston, who campaign to end stigma and discrimination in mental ill health. As a keen public speaker, Sarah gives talks covering a broad range of mental health topics. You can book her as a speaker through Speakers Collective.
26 Kingly Street, Studio 11, London, W1B 5QD
Tel: 07471 206573