M. Müller & Sohn Magazine 10.2021Professional Magazine for Fashion and Pattern Making//The barriers in our industry//Bodices //Milena Bayer // Oilskin// Undercollar
The magazine specialized in fashion and pattern making is published ten times a year as a turnaround edition with topics on women’s and men’s fashion. The magazine is available for download in English. Each issue of M. Müller & Sohn magazine contains an enclosed sewing pattern.
On the women’s fashion pages this time everything revolves around bodices, corsages, and corsets: once intended to shape and discipline the female body, today they are an expression of untamedness and self-determined lust. On the runway you can see how multifaceted the lacing and buckles can be. In the cutting technique we take you on a journey through time, also focussing on bodices. You will find instructions on how to construct five different models. In our portrait, Milena Bayer tells us what is important when making corsages and bodices. Our pattern this month includes historical jackets from the 18th century. In the column »Fashion is political«, author Ronja Ebeling sheds light on how insufficiently inclusive the fashion industry is when it ignores the needs of the approximately eight million people with disabilities in Germany.
On the men’s fashion pages, we show you the trend of the transitional season: transitional jackets. On the catwalks, for example, they are becoming real eye-catchers with high collars and large pockets, in a variety of shapes and materials. The desire for change is evident at the fashion trend fair Munich Fabric Start in the themes of the Autumn/Winter 22/23 season, with questions about what the look has to offer in terms of recycling, water consumption and similar future-relevant aspects. For example, there is a lot to consider when working with Oilskin before you can go outside wind- and rain-proof. The men’s tailor Manuela Leis explains the special features to look out for when processing the undercollar.
The enclosed pattern contains two historical jackets from the 18th century for ladies (in sizes 36 – 46).
This issue contains 60 pages.
The topics (ladies) at a glance:
- Emphasised centre
- The barriers of our industry
- Milena Bayer
- Rouleaux embroidery
The topics (men’s) at a glance
- Transitional period
Munich Fabric Start
- Autumn/Winter 2022/23
- Historical pattern
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