A very minimalist pleating consisting of three large Double Box pleats (double flat pleats / box pleats) completed by wide and deep flat pleats.
This one came out a brainstorming session with a young man who wanted to get married in a kilt but was looking for something fashionable and modern, something definitely not traditional. Deal!
This type of achievement always fascinates me and I am always ready to take up the challenge. Like when someone came up one day asking me to make a kilt using all the four different tartans of his clan!prices for this model of kilt
Everything started with a photo of Jean Paul Gaultier and a customer who wanted to think outside the box. He challenged me to make him this improbable kilt.
Challenge taken up and assumed!
Another customer from Martinique also wanted one in this style but with very different fabrics.
One day, a person came to ask me to make him a kilt with the four tartans of his clan!
For the apron (the flat, non-pleated part at the front of the kilt), the matter was, after all, quite simple: the four tartans were mounted in yokes in a Scottish cross of Saint Andrew (Saltire). Now, for the pleats, on the back of the kilt, I didn’t just want to put four blocks of tartan. So I had fun mounting them in progression, alternately; which represents hours of cutting and sewing strips of tartan which follow one another while intercalating.
I am not unhappy with the result.Prices for this model of kilt