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    • 1.

      Katherine Hepburn's Tailor made Blue Denim Jeans

      by Patrick - 2007-06-01
      Katherine Hepburn famously epitomised the head strong career woman starring along side Spencer Tracey in "Adams Rib" one of the best romantic comedies ever made. She portrayed similar roles in o...
    • 2.

      A Short History About An English Madder Silk Tie

      by Patrick - 2007-06-05
      The English madder silk tie is recognised worldwide as an icon of British style. It's a home grown classic with a proud heritage and a distinct provenance. The "madder" part of this lovely phras...
    • 3.

      The Trench Coat and The Tuxedo

      by Patrick - 2007-06-15
      Try to chart the course of fashion and you'll need more than a sexton, compass and telescope, to navigate to its beginning. The rise and fall of fashion is like waves in a storm filled ocean. Ho...
    • 4.

      Tommy Nutter, Renowned Tailor To The Beatles And The Rolling Stones

      by Patrick McMurray - 2007-06-22
      The Beatles and The Rolling Stones have been household names since they burst onto the international music scene in the 60's. The Beatles were seen as leaders and the Stones did their best to imitate,...
    • 5.

      The Elusive Handmade Cufflinks

      by Patrick McMurray - 2007-07-03
      As a buyer for an online shop selling men's luxury fashion accessories, including cufflinks, I have to adhere to customer demands and source products accordingly. If you don't to your customers they w...
    • 6.

      The Evolution Of The Harris Tweed Jacket

      by Patrick McMurray - 2007-07-04
      The Harris Tweed Jacket is recognised worldwide as an icon of British style. It's a home grown classic with a proud heritage and a distinct provenance. Since its founding in England in the nineteenth ...
    • 7.

      Savile Row prepares for the next two hundred years

      by Patrick - 2007-07-12
      Savile row has survived as the worlds' number one tailoring precinct for two hundred years precisely because it has changed with the times and it continues to do so unchallenge.There's an infect...
    • 8.

      Historic Anecdotes from Savile Row

      by Patrick - 2007-07-23
      Historic anecdotes from Savile Row the worlds' leading tailoring precinct. Savile Row is entering a new era of creativity and the rest of the world watch eagerly and follow suit.1860Bertie, the ...
    • 9.

      Historic Anecdotes: Short Stories: The Designer Silk Tie

      by patmac - 2007-08-31
      An officer's TieIn the 1880s the British military finally decided to abandon its array of brightly coloured uniforms that had always made such good targets. But they retained the beloved old military ...
    • 10.

      Designer Silk Ties and Their Creators: Obtuse Critiques

      by Patrick - 2007-09-05
      Here you will find a series of brief critiques about fashion designers and their designer tie creations. There are those who have haven risen to prominence, others emerging and those who have fa...