Lyudviga Couture has moved from 105 Townsend Street in Birmingham to larger digs at 168 W. Maple, where owner Lyudviga Shneyders is consolidating several fashion concepts into Adessso Concept. She will continue her one-of-a-kind couture as well as inviting customers to purchase fabrics, which she has imported from mills in Italy, Great Britain and France, “and then I can make their own designs, from business wear to day wear to evening wear. We are all about old school tailoring techniques.” The store also offers shoes, accessories and jewelry. Now in the former Complex locale, she said everything will be made “right in the heart of Birmingham, in classic designs with high-end fabrics.” They will also provide alterations and tailoring. With the added space, Lyudviga is excited to be able to offer master classes in sewing in the store, “and at the end, students will have a hand-finished garment.” There is a 2,000 square foot private event space which she said is ideal for private parties, including sewing birthday and bridal parties with strawberries and champagne.
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