Pop Sop has a post about the new value of being made in Britain.
Nigel Cabourn reveals his new collection using Harris Tweed, including an exciting development which adds wax to the fabric to make it waterproof.
Philip Treacy talks about curating for Tate Liverpool, chatting with the Queen and, of course Princess Beatrice’s Royal Wedding headwear, in an interview with the Guardian.
Manufacture & Industry review an article from Inventory magazine about the John Smedley factory.
That’s all for this week!
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