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A platter of Nutella crepes sat invitingly in Sabrina Cesari's sprawling Hamra apartment.Were it not for the sewing machines lined up along the wall of Cesari's salon, one could be forgiven for thinking she was preparing an intimate gathering of friends. Four tidy sewing stations, however, betrayed the evening's true project: sewing class. For the past two months, Cesari has been holding "pause" three times a week in her new apartment chosen expressly for the classes.Among those starting from scratch is Rima Chami, Cesari's friend and now student.Cesari assigns the first two projects for debutantes.Others, however, select from Cesari's own designs, which she often wears to the class to inspire her students.Cesari has extensive experience in patternmaking and designing. Another showed off a skirt, modeled on one of Cesari's patterns, that was beginning to take shape.
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A platter of Nutella crepes sat invitingly in Sabrina Cesari’s sprawling Hamra apartment.
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