There's fashion, and then there's reality. And in reality, everything's been sewn together at some point.
That runway model wearing something hot and new wasn't behind a sewing machine all night. But someone sure was. All those brand-name clothes covered in logos? How do you think they were put together? Fashion might be there to offer the illusion your clothes were hatched fully-formed from an egg, but make no mistake: someone somewhere in the process absolutely had a sewing machine.
In fact, if you look at the story of every major fashion house, most of them start with "And then I got a sewing machine-" and end with "-at least 30 iPads in every one of my 22 houses." Why is that, do you think? Is it because they've got some secret magical power? Or is it because, deep down, all that matters about clothes is how well you can convince people that you're the one setting the style?
A sewing machine and some confidence and people will start asking you where you bought that ironically attractive pair of pants. Go on, give it a try. Maybe you'll be the next big fashion hero.