Category Archives: What’s New

Beste Bragg

Beste Bragg is a true romantic and her long running love affair with vintage & period styles, combined with her love of the countryside, provide her with all the inspiration she needs to create her exclusive designs. Using nothing but the best natural fabrics and exquisite laces and tweeds, every garment is individually and uniquely […]

Laura Ferrante

Laura has made this stylish pea coat along with a range of skirts to go with it all made with Linton fabric.  Perfect for the new A/W season! “The pea coat is a new fall pattern, Anne Klein Vogue. The fabulous” lion crest” metal buttons I found on Amazon.” If you would like to make […]

THE GREAT BRITISH SEWING BEE WANTS YOU!

  NEWS FLASH! Latest breaking news from The Great British Sewing Bee Team: The applications for The Great British Sewing Bee 2016 have now OPENED! Are you 16 years and over? Can you sew your own wardrobe?  Or do you know somebody that can? Spread the news far and wide, leave no thimble unturned; we […]

Horsley Couture

Eleanor Horsley has used Linton fabric A7156 to make the beautiful Novak Jacket.  With a charming open collar, this pretty jacket can be worn both with smart dresses and skirts, or simply to liven up your jeans for a trip to the shops.     Also in her collection is the Bergman Coat using sumptuous […]

AWW – A Whimsical Wander – Youngeun Kwun

Youngeun Kwun was born in Seoul, educated in Seoul, Hong Kong, London and Chicago. She recently graduated from School of the art institute of Chicago in 2014 with a Master of Design in Fashion, Body and Garment. Now she is living in New York. Taking inspiration from her background in Art, Fashion, Brand Marketing and […]

Jackets on display in our showroom!

For a limited time we have some jackets on display in our showroom made by students at a daytime adult education class.  Everyone selected their own fabric, and under guidance, made the garments to fit their own personal sizing.  “The aim was to create a garment that had a hint of Chanel in its structure.” […]