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Katherine Hooker Collection on A.K. Tomorrow!

UK designer Katherine Hooker will be showing her Fall 2011 collection on Thursday, September 8th from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at The Gebert Gallery on Abbot Kinney as part of “Fashion’s Night Out“. Katherine herself will be present to give personal fittings for custom-order garments. The event will be a family affair, as Katherine has relatives who live here in Venice that will be in attendance!

Katherine Hooker Collection

Katherine Hooker has become a new favorite of fashionable women from the UK to the US, her designs often worn by Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge (formerly Kate Middleton).

Katherine Hooker Collection

Katherine’s latest designs and fabrics are all sourced from the British Isles and every order is hand-made in London, one at a time, according to your choice of fabric, trims and lining, with the option of having standard sizes cut off the pattern to better fit your shape for a modest fee. There will be hundreds of swatches, buttons and trims, tweeds, silks, linens and cashmeres to choose from!

Download the Katherine Hooker “look book” by clicking here!

Katherine Hooker Collection at The Gebert Gallery
1345 Abbot Kinney Boulevard
Venice, CA 90291
(310) 450-9897

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