POSTS USING TAG 'blazer'

The Blazer as we know it today has a naval connection having been named after the Captain of HMS Blazer (c.1845) dressed his crew in jackets of blue and white stripes. The term ‘Blazer’ to... Read More
We’ve had quite a few requests for overcoats over the last few months. Often men leave it a little too late though – they don’t ask for the overcoat until they’re too cold not ... Read More

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For the last 18 months Matthew, Max and I have been working on completing our ABC Level 3 diploma in bespoke tailoring.The course consists of two main units:Unit one deals mainly with various working ... Read More
One of the delights of working in a busy workroom such as the Anderson and Sheppard Academy here on Fouberts Place is that as we are training we get the opportunity to see and work on a wide variety o... Read More
I’ll press a suit when it comes back from having an alteration, or before a client tries it on if it’s been on the rail for a while. You always start with the inside first and then do the ... Read More
This most recent trip to the US was very successful. We saw a lot of customers and had a particularly large number make appointments at the last minute. We just have to cut it all now. In fact I&rsquo... Read More
ABC Awards has worked closely with Su Thomas, Manager of the Savile Row Bespoke Association and UKFT to develop an exciting new national qualification for the fashion and textiles industry.The Level 5... Read More