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Susie & Rose are a mother daughter team. For years they have talked about creating a clothing range together.  Susie, Rose’s mum, has worked as a professional dressmaker for over 50 years. Rose has always had a keen interest for design and fashion, designing her own clothes from a young age.


Starting work at the early age of 14 years old, Susie, began her career in theatrical dressmaking based in Soho, London. It was here that she made clothes for David Bowie, Freddie Mercury and television programs such as Upstairs Downstairs (and even on the recent remake too!).


Following this, Susie went on to work in high fashion for nearly 20 years. Working for David Fielden Bridal Couture for 17 years and Jasper Conran.


In the last 15 years Susie has made the move back to theatrical dressmaking. Working for Adrian Gwillym and his team at Academy Costumes, on projects such as Pirates of the Caribbean and Casino Royale.

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Susie currently works for Pat Farmer and team, working for the BBC on commissions such as Tess of the D’Urbervilles, The Mighty Boosh, Call the Midwife and Little Britain.



Once you have ordered your Susie & Rose garments online, we will start to hand tailor them in our workshop. You can even follow them being made via our blog and twitter page! Please expect a two week wait till you receive your goods as we individually make them for you.All of our products are limited edition designs. We want our customers to own something that is beautiful and unique, that stands out from the crowd and not only that – has an interesting story that comes with it!Susie & Rose will release new designs every few weeks. Making our collections fresh, inventive and something for our customers to look forward to in our new releases.

Our aim is to create a world away from the generic mass produced high street fashion. Instead of buying clothes that are considered “throw away fashion” to buy garments that are treasured forever.




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