POSTS USING TAG 'tails'

Mr Hitchcock has been working with myself and Ollie recently to learn the lays for white tie – how you arrange all the various parts of the coat and waistcoat out on the cloth.While the forepart... Read More

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One of my favourite fabrics to work with is linen; its firm almost tacky texture makes it easy to manipulate and mould. Although it can be tricky at times, particularly when the weave is loose.This pa... Read More
At the haberdashery we chose to ignore the gloom that January brings by creating a fantasy castaway island window, guest edited by photographer Sean Thomas. Complete with palm trees and shells , Sean ... Read More
This past month I’ve been learning a lot about the different lays for different types of suit. A lay is the way the sections of a suit are arranged on the cloth, and there are lots of permutatio... Read More
Work has begun on 17 Clifford St. It is very exciting to see the army of hard-hatted builders in their high-viz jackets streaming in and out.It always amazes me how fast walls can be knocked down and ... Read More
These cotton indigo pocket squares and neckerchiefs have just arrived at the Haberdashery and are available in a range of prints and patterns.Indigo dye has been used dating as far back as 2000 B... Read More