November 13, 2020
June 29, 2016
OUR EXCLUSIVE COAT PROJECT!
Judy first began to use Harris Tweed when her grandmother, a native to the Islands brought the designer back a suitcase full of vibrant tweeds on the boat which had been woven by her Uncle Donald, a weaver on the island. The designer brings an avant-garde twist to the cloth creating contemporary wears in her unique collections
For this exclusive project Judy has been working with Alison Macleod of Tiger Textiles in the Isle of Lewis. Alison has been working from her studio embroidering threads of rose gold on to sumptuous teal velvet for the hidden message in the back collars of the new Isle of Harris Distillery jackets.
Working in close collaboration we have created two new jackets with the unique cloth. Both the women’s and men’s styles have beautiful details including copper buttons, contrasting stitching and an embroidered collar.
MADE TO MEASURE
Ahead of releasing this design to a wider audience in 2021, we are offering customers in Scotland a chance to own a special personal, made-to-measure version of their own.
These are limited in availability and at the moment only available to people able to attend a consultation in Glasgow or Edinburgh in Scotland within the next five weeks.
Fitting sessions are limited and can be arranged by emailing email@example.com
Visit The Distillery Harris Tweed Jacket for all the details!
Photography by David Stanton, Models Mercedes & Jason @Coloursagency, MUA Paulina Siembor, Jewellery by Sarah Brown.
January 25, 2016
Delighted to announce that The Kelvingrove Museum in Glasgow have bought a Regency Collection outfit for the museums collections – thrilled that the outfit will be part of Scottish design history! Will keep you updated as to when the outfit goes on display
December 7, 2015
My cousin Erinn Clark is now on the modeling scene and we cant wait to shoot with her!
October 27, 2015
Striking images in from an exceptionally talented crew which features tulle skirts, layered lace dresses and lace cuffs/ruffs from the Judy R Clark bespoke range.
Thank you to Ian Tod professional fashion stylist & Jodie Mann Photography..beautiful work!
Hair Helen Anderson
Models Viola Marx & Neve Caffrey
MUA Karen Bowen
September 12, 2015
Delighted to be nominated at The Edinburgh Creative Awards!
The event takes place November 12th at the Biscuit Factory..see here for all the details.
Photo – Nancy MacDonald
September 4, 2015
Delighted to announce our line up so far!
We have a mix of designers, artists and photographers donating their artworks in a bid to raise funds to support the Syrian refugee appeal.
Hoot the Redeemer will host a pop up bar serving up there signature drinks and even some alcohol flavored ice creams to our guests on the eve of our auction !
100% of art sales with go to the Syrian Refugee Appeal.
Save the date and watch this space on tickets for the evening.
Please send any enquires to firstname.lastname@example.org
The event production and art liaison is by Judy R Clark and The Fireside Collective.
August 14, 2015
We have all seen the devastating effect the war has had on Syria and its refugees, the images of children being washed up on the shores and the anguish family’s are going through everyday. We all want to help in someway…
I have called on some of Scotland’s most prestigious designers and artists to contribute a piece to a silent auction in a bid to raise funds to support the Syrian Refugee Appeal.
All of the designers involved in the event have agreed to submit a piece of their own work, each designer will reach out to client’s family and friends to invite them to the auction open evening so collectively we can raise as much as possible and try and make a difference through our creative fields.
Watch this space!
Recently we worked on a dream project with five star hotel The G&V designing two luxury suites. Taking influence from travels to Morocco& India combining it with British antique furniture to create a relaxing and peaceful rooms nestled in the listed part of the hotels building. The room showcases 16th century beams beautifully restored and look onto views of Robert Burns first house in The Royal Mile.
The chairs and chaise were reupholstered by Halliday Designs and Native Flock.
Stripping the rooms back.