Master Tailor returns to homeland to teach Ultra Bespoke Tailoring

Master Tailor returns to homeland to teach Ultra Bespoke Tailoring

Andrew Ramroop returned to Trinidad to implement the certificate in Ultra Bespoke Tailoring, Pattern Drafting, Cutting and Fitting in 2017 through a partnership with the Ministry of Trade, the MIC Technical Institute and Fashion TT.

The one-year certificate programme facilitated by Professor Ramroop enrolled twenty-seven aspiring tailors from Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados, Colombia and India.

In 1970, Trinidad-born Andrew Madan Ramroop OBE left Maingot Road, Tunapuna at age 17, for Savile Row in England. He attended the London College of Fashion where he graduated in two years with distinction.

In the late 1980s, Ramroop became the first man of colour to own a business on Savile Row as the sole owner of Maurice Sedwell, as well as the Savile Row Academy. Andrew has since made bespoke suits for customers around the world which includes many politicians, athletes and celebrities including the late Princess Diana.

In keeping with the Government’s mandate to build the export capacity in the fashion industry and successfully position…

Posted by Dr Keith Rowley on Wednesday, November 6, 2019

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