POSTS USING TAG 'bespoke corduroy trousers'

The author Kingsley Amis is reputed to have adored his cords so much that he dreaded any social occasion which necessitated the wearing of anything else. I find myself empathising more and more with M... Read More

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I started at Anderson & Sheppard as an apprentice coatmaker over in Foubert Place a few months ago. I had been studying at London College of Fashion: I was at the end of the first of my two years on t... Read More
In the year since I last contributed to The Notebook, I’ve gradually developed my tailoring skills to improve both accuracy and speed.I work under Paolo Nicodemi, and he’s been very good a... Read More
I have been an apprentice for 2 years now and it is time for me to begin to learn how to finish a jacket.  This includes working on the collar and putting in the sleeves.  These two processe... Read More
As I wrote in last week's post, I entered the Golden Shears competition this year and had been working on my entry for the past few months. Here are a few details on what inspired me.I decided to make... Read More
Last week I talked about the inspiration for my entry in this year’s Golden Shears competition: a three-piece outfit comprising pink moleskin breeches, burgundy woollen waistcoat and grey herrin... Read More