Hello! My name is Kelly Su, Designer and Founder of KS School of Design.
I first saw a need for a share space for designers when I was working from my home studio. With one sewing machine, one serger and kitchen table for pattern drafting and cutting, it was tight and very inefficient.
I know how difficult it is working from home and sewing with limited sewing machines and space.
Having the extra space and proper sewing equipment and tools really made my time more efficient and productive.
Sometimes I find it helpful working with other designers and collaborating on ideas. Don't you? If not, no problem! We will give you all the space you need.
Come share a space and create something amazing!
KS School of Design is a place for designers and students to come
We offer sewing classes for beginner to advance students. Design Stations in a clean and safe environment with friendly staff. Surrounded by restaurants, cafes, and other business, we are located in the heart of Renton within minutes off the freeway on East Valley Highway in a highly secure and monitored business building.
Join Us For A Sewing And Workshops Offered Seasonally At KS School Of Design! Our Mini Workshops Are Great Way To See If Your Child Would Like To Take A Longer Course, Our Workshops Offer Creative Sewing Projects In A Kid Friendly Environment.
ABOUT OUR TEACHERS
Most people if not all, had a childhood dream of what they wanted to become growing up. For me, that dream was to one day become a Fashion Designer. That desire goes as far back as I can remember and it all began with a paper doll and a pink dress.
My name is Kelly. At the age of 3, rather than playing with dolls, I preferred to sketch my own and dressed them up with my own designs. I didn’t stop at that. When I received my first Barbie doll at the age of 6, I began making my own clothes for her with whatever I could find around the house. You can say that being resourceful helped fueled my creativity. From paper towels on the kitchen counter to socks that were abandoned in the laundry room, I used it all.
As I became older, my curiosity and passion for fashion grew with me. I discovered a hidden oasis that became my first design studio: my mother’s closet. Cashmere sweaters, skirts and dresses – I modified everything to tailor it to my tastes and liking. Mom wasn’t too happy to see things disappear from her closet but you can say that is all history now.
I attended design school at The Art Institute of Seattle. After graduation I soon landed the opportunity to serve as an assistant designer and soon after got promoted to lingerie designer. It opened my eyes to an entirely new world that I had only dreamed of as a little girl. I was fortunate to have had the chance to meet such an amazing team of people and travel the world.
Years later, I got married and started a family of my own. My corporate life style wasn't what I desired for my new family life. Wanting to spend more time with my family, I made the decision to leave the corporate life and start my own business. Few months later I started my own design company, "Composure by Kelly" & "Chloe&Caleb" and here we are today. I love what I do and truly feel blessed everyday.
I have been in the fashion industry for 15+ years and I would be thrilled to share my skills and knowledge with you.
To see my work visit below links:
Monir Zandghoreishi is known to the Seattle area as a highly respected couture designer. She has a degree in Art & Fashion and has experienced couture training from several European countries.
Monir accepted the position of regional Director of Fashion Group International in 2006. She is the Fashion Design Program Chair for the International Academy of Design & Technology. Sharing her knowledge with the new generation of designers is Morin’s Passion.
Monir created Project Red Dress completion for all the Seattle fashion design schools in 2007 and her picture featured on the cover of New York Fashion Mannuscript magazine in fall 2008 Thank annually continues until 2012
Monir Zandghoreishi established Project Red Dress in 2007 to create awareness and raise money for the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women movement. This annual fashion event also awards the student winner with a scholarship. Project Red dress annually continues until 2012 .
Monir’s picture featured on the cover of New York Fashion Mannuscript magazine in fall 2008.
Monir Zandghoreishi received a Lifetime Achievement Award during the Metropolitan Fashion Week Opening Night March 24/ 2012 in Bellevue
Monir created and produced The LOOK Show, fashion design completion for new designers in 2013 for evening magazine program that for 5 nights view in King 5 Evening Magazine.