A tradition of tweed.

29 Aug

Harris tweed fabric

Image via Wikipedia

Even though I love to focus on modern interpretations of classic tweed styles, I have posted before on the history of tweed and the traditions of how it’s made.  I love the mix of old-fashioned heritage with fashionable twists and feel the importance of referring to the past in creating the current.  Although this video is a bit dated and old-fashioned in its view of tweed, I love the classic footage shown.


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