Image copyright Geography photos Jobs and shops at struggling fashion chain Bonmarché are under threat after UK billionaire Philip Day tabled a takeover bid. The deal values the Yorkshire-based chain, which started in 1982 and now has 312 stores specializing in clothing for the over-50s, at around £ 5.7m. Edinburgh Woolen Mill Group owner Mr […]
Heather Tilbury was at the forefront of 70’s fashion, pathing the way for a new revolution of style with the introduction of the mini skirt, working side by side with Mary Quant and the iconic Daisy logo. This led to the iconic work Heather has done over her years, I don’t think retirement’s in her […]
For more Arsenal kit mythbusting, see The Arsenal History. For Arsenal’s mid-1960s return to plain red shirts and the re-adoption of white sleeves, see here Today marks the 86th anniversary of a notable development in football kit history. For the first 46 of their existence, Arsenal – first as Dial Square, then Royal Arsenal and […]
Half January is already gone so, it’s about time I finish sharing the clothes I made in 2018. These two dresses, I made for the girls to wear on New Year’s Day. To wear on the first day of the year, M requested a dress with a peter pan collar and although I own a […]
Team Neptonics recently announced that spearos Luis Domingo Viyella Caolo and Gabriel Pinto who have smashed the Yellowfin Tuna world record in the Dominican Republic.
I have chosen one of Muriel Spark’s books for this, the first of 2019’s, edition of The Book Trail. As ever, I have used the ‘Readers Also Enjoyed’ tool on Goodreads in order to generate this list. 1. The Mandelbaum Gate by Muriel Spark ‘To rendezvous with her archeologist fiance in Jordan, Barbara Vaughn […]
Alfred by Kathryn My dear Helen Thanks for sending me your new novel. I am unsure whether the main character is meant to be me.I have worn Viyella nightgowns in the past but not when holding a dinner party.If I wanted to attract a man I would wear a dress from Artigiano and only […]
In the 1970s, clothing manufacturing UK industry was booming and it was considered a garments powerhouse all over Europe and overseas. Over the years this reality has faded. The mass production of garments with a label “made in the UK” can rarely be found. This has made the UK lose millions of jobs as top […]