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Scottish tweed gets a show of its own

British designers celebrated Scottish tweed last week with a fashion show in Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis, featuring the island’s Harris Tweed fabric.

British designers celebrated Scottish tweed last week with a fashion show in Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis, featuring the island’s Harris Tweed fabric. Vivienne Westwood, Henry Holland and Ben Sherman designed pieces for the show, while Alison MacLeod, a textile artist based on the island, teamed up with Scottish designer Judy R Clark to produce a range of coats.

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