POSTS USING TAG 'campaignforwol'

My mentor Jennie and I visited the Abraham Moon & Sons mill last Monday. I had used their cloth to make the tweed jacket I displayed at the Dumfries House Wool conference earlier this year in Septembe... Read More

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New year and back to work in our cutting room. Inside the cutting room today is, Managing Director Colin Heywood, Head Trouser Cutter John Malone, Coat Cutter Leslie Haynes, Coat Cutter Ollie Trenchar... Read More
This double-breasted Prince of Wales jacket is finished, featuring grey horn buttons and some nice pattern matching around the ticket pocket, above Read More
This houndstooth jacket is an old Anderson & Sheppard, in for repair - a new right pocket bag and repair to the left pocket. Notice the style details like the single button cuff and suede collar Read More
Whilst pressing may not be the most glamourous aspect of tailoring it is a very important step in the production process nonetheless. Pressing gives a chance for quality control; cutters must be looki... Read More
After studying at the London College of fashion, I started training as an apprentice coat maker under Peter Giorgiou in September 2013.After completing my studies at the London College of Fashion, I w... Read More