About Alisha

A warm welcome to our Alisha Fashion and Dressmaking School website.  

Alisha Fashion and Dressmaking School is one of the leading tailoring and fashion institutes in Singapore. We have developed a reputation as the only Indian sewing school in Singapore.

Alisha Fashion and Dressmaking School is the brainchild of two sisters, Mdm Kamala Koddiappan and Mrs Kala Baskaran. (Sew Sisters).

Our success stories are not possible without our dedicated and professional teaching since 1975. We have always incorporated the latest trends in technology, ensuring we meet the needs of a dynamic economy.

All courses are taught by Ms Kamala, who is the founder and director of Alisha and Fashion Dressmaking School and Principal Trainer, Ms Kala Baskaran. Both of them are passionate about empowering their students to unfold their innate potential and creativity within them to become skilled dressmakers.

Our Vision : Imparting lifelong skills

Our Mission : Unfold the Creativity Within You

 We welcome YOU to experience the joy of sewing. Stay in touch with us through our Facebook page.

 

Sew Sisters

Our Achievements

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In 2008, Ms Kamala gave a speech in Republic Polytechnic on

‘The Entrepreneur in You’ to encourage homemakers to start their own home business to create an extra source of  income for themselves.

She also conducts business development talks to encourage ladies, especially homemakers  

to pick up new skills to increase their earning potential.

 

Our Projects

Alisha Fashion and Dressmaking School has collaborated with the following organisations to impart basic sewing skills to empower women to acquire useful work-related skills and knowledge.

2007

 We collaborated with People’s Association and conducted  Saree Blouse and Punjabi Suit courses in community centres.

2008

We had students from North East CDC, who learned how to stitch Malay Costumes and Sari Blouse.

2009 - 2011

Alisha Dressmaking & Fashion School collaborated with SINDA ( Singapore Indian Development Association) in a community reachout programme to empower women to start their own home business.

2011

We collaborated with PPIS (Persatuan Pemudi Islam Singapura) - Jurong Family Service Centre and taught women curtain making skills to enable them to start their own home business in curtain making.

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