Spencer Railton designs have been established for over twenty years; he has built up an impeccable reputation and come highly recommended in the local area.
Customers can choose from a large selection of fabrics, silks laces embroideries which can be embellished with diamante, sequins flowers and feathers or left plain to show the beauty and line of the gowns, there are also a huge selection of tartans available in both silk and wool that can give your outfit a traditional or modern twist.
Spencer is an elite specialist from Glasgow offering individual bespoke gowns. Spencer’s main area of expertise is bridal gowns however he also designs, evening wear, ball gowns, corset bodices and gowns for any occasion. Mother of the bride, wedding guests, hats and fascinators to compliment them. Don't waste time and effort searching for a hat, have the hat of your dreams created to match perfectly or to contrast with your outfit, using fabrics from your ensemble, feathers jewels and veiling.
Based in Glasgow, Spencer’s products are available to anyone in the UK. Customers are always impressed by the creativeness and professionalism.
Do you want a fantastic gown for your wedding? If so contact Spencer Railton today.
Glaswegian fashion designer Spencer Railton. His couture efforts have graced catwalks across the UK in Glasgow, Edinburgh and London, on the Continent in Paris, Barcelona, Madrid, and Monte Carlo and in New York during Tartan Week celebrations.
Since 1990 he has concentrated his efforts on creating individual gowns for private and celebrity clientele. Applying the full measure of his knowledge of traditional corsetry, Spencer delights in offering extraordinary one-of-a-kind couture gowns influenced by historic costumes, paintings and sculpture. Spencer wholly embraced the concept offered him.
Spencer has a solid educational background in textiles and fashion from the Glasgow School of Art, with additional training earned during a stint in London with the famous milliner Steven Jones. His graduation collection was shown in Glasgow and London at the Royal Society of Art and brought with it the attention of fashion icon Jean Muir and an invitation to design the accessories for her collections as featured in British Vogue.