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Nudie Cohn: Original Bedazzler

Good morning and welcome to another educational installment at the Blog of Funny Names. On this sunny, flower-blooming spring day, it only seems fitting to post about this colorful character. 521 more words

Funny Names In Movies

They say suit doesn't make man

They say suit doesn’t make a man, but I say it definitely leaves the first impression. Imagine you going to tailor’s, entering shop, shop assistant takes of your coat, you take a seat and they serve you a drink. 125 more words

Monday, 23rd February 2015 - Day 1, Savile Row Project

Today our Fashion & Clothing Diploma class got briefed on our 2 week long project, which we will be working on in conjunction with some London College of Fashion students, Digital Works, Museum of London and a few tailors at Savile Row. 246 more words

Savile Row Project

Rogue Bespoke Tailoring
Commissions, Alterations and Repairs
Menswear & Womenswear




A Rogue is an Independent Person Who Rejects Conventional Rules of Society in Favour of Following Their Own Personal Goals and Values but is Nonetheless Likeable and Attractive.  18 more words


A fine balance, Rohinton Mistry

I think the phrase “rollercoaster of emotion” was invented specifically for this book.  As I write these words, having just finished the book, I am a bit of an emotional wreck.   634 more words


Just chillin: Hoi An, Vietnam

Right about halfway between Vietnam’s buzzing capital and frenzied largest city lies Hoi An, a harmoniously energetic riverside town with the perfect amount of sun and sea breeze to drowse the body and quiet the mind. 160 more words


Wednesday, 4th March 2015 - Day 6, Savile Row Project

On the final day me and Lucy only had one interview left and it was with Kathryn Sargent who was the first female head cutter on Savile Row, back when she worked for Gieves&Hawkes. 175 more words

Savile Row Project