Mugler by Casey Cadwallader
Recreate your own Mugler moment with this exclusive pattern and AR filter for the iconic spiral-cut denim by creative director Casey Cadwallader.
Make the aesthetic and moral codes of Y-3 your own, with an exclusive free downloadable pattern to a dress from the S/S 22 collection.
Design Download: Y-3
Download this exclusive pattern to a jumpsuit from the Y-3 S/S 22 collection.
Maison Margiela by John Galliano
Create your own one-of-a-kind jumper with this free garment pattern.
Alexander McQueen by Sarah Burton
Showcasing McQueen and SHOWstudio’s shared beliefs in collaboration, education and craftsmanship, the pattern to this exquisite garment is available to download so you can create your own version.
Iris van Herpen
The inimitable fashion designer donated the pattern for a black sheath dress from her A/W 15 collection.
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Matthew M. Williams shares the pattern to a pleat dress from their A/W 17 collection.
The British designer offered up the pattern to a ‘Three Bite’ pearl embellished skirt from her S/S 14 show.
Unique interpretations of JW Anderson’s Design Download pattern by SHOWstudio viewers. Has your work been featured?
The acclaimed designer and party dress doyen offered up the pattern to one of his frocks.
Try this 'cut and sew' creation that requires no specialist millinery materials.
Runway Show: Antony Price S/S 89
Watch Antony Price's S/S 89 show, featuring the 'Macaw' dress donated by the designer to our Design Download pattern project.
Selected from the S/S 89 collection, this pattern is exemplary of the glamorous, body-conscious style Price consistently championed.
Download the pattern for a garment straight from the designer's A/W 05 catwalk show.
A simple shift dress pattern, without sleeves and with no hemming, was Maison Martin Margiela's 2004 contribution to the series.
Lee Alexander McQueen
The renegade British fashion designer provides the pattern for an original, kimono-inspired garment.
John Galliano’s iconic A/W 01 Pirate jacket is impossible to get your hands on. The designer’s romantic vision of historic tailoring can become yours with this pattern.
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