POSTS USING TAG 'farming'

I am currently making a jacket for a special event that is coming up next month and with every project or idea there is some sort of inspiration behind it. I always had the idea of using tweed to make... Read More

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One of the hardest things about the past few months has been getting to know all the cloth books. For every colour, pattern and weight there are several options across the various mills, all similar b... Read More
The quality of a linen shirt can often be dependent upon growing conditions and the way the linen is harvested. In order to generate the longest fibres, the flax is either hand harvested by removing t... Read More
Fresh off the press are our new knitted ties. They are full of colour and a great alternative to a standard silk. So far they’ve made a really good impression with many customers looking for a t... Read More
The windows of our bespoke shop and our haberdashery have been transformed thank to R. Gledhill, the woollen yarn spinners. As well as supplying us with six bags of wool for our windows, they also sup... Read More
White shirts are the most versatile piece of clothing in any wardrobe. Dress them up or down they are like a blank canvas that allows you to team anything with them. In Clifford Street we have a numbe... Read More