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Almost every man looks more so in a belted trench coat

“Almost every man looks more so in a belted Trench coat” Sydney J Harris This is my second post on the trench coat I am currently making for Whitchurch Silk Mill. The design is complete and the fabric and notions … Continue reading

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“The best sporting weather proof that the world has yet seen or is ever likely to see”

Sometimes I get projects that are simple, client A wants costume X, I make costume X and everyone is happy. Simple.   Sometimes however I get the chance to work on much more complex projects, projects that require research, thinking, … Continue reading

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“you either see it, or you don’t”

I first heard about Dennis Severs’ House, at 18 Folgate Street in Spitalfields, London, when I was in the US, from Cassandra, the shoemaker and artist I collaborated with on The needle is always at hand, who had heard of … Continue reading

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