Sheena Brabazon

Style and Accessory Constultant teacher

Based in
Sheffield, United Kingdom
Also teaches in Travel nationally and internationally
Sheena Brabazon | Style and Accessory Constultant teacher

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Chief stylist at Evolution Accessory Workshops dubbed by the press as The North's Answer To Gok Wan because of teaching countless women to tweak and modify their existing clothes and accessories. Stylists Association award winner of 'Best Workshop (Style)'.

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Evolution Accessory Workshops offer classes, courses and workshops tailored to you. Please visit us at www.evolutionaccessoryworkshops for more information, or contact us and we'll be happy to answer your questions.

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Fashion and Accessory Stylist

Sheena Brabazon has been styling and Gokking clothes and accessories since she was big enough to hold a pair of scissors (for which she apologies to her mother!). Dubbed recently in the press as The North's Answer To Gok Wan, she has taught countless women across the UK and abroad how to tweak and modify their own clothes, recognise their body shape and how to dress for it, and find their own style. She is a member of the Stylists Association and has won an award for Best Workshop (Style). She is working on a Guiness World Record to use scarves in the most number of ways to embellish outfits. She's now into treble figures of ways and the world record is looking good.

Jan 1963 - Sep 2011


Aimed at: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced.

Make an enquiry Phone: 01909 566831

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