June 29, 2016
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 3, 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 4, 2015
The Silent Auction for Syria has officially launched and will be held at one of Edinburgh’s most iconic buildings ‘The Hub’ at the top of the Royal Mile. The first 100 tickets are now on sale so grab them while you can! GET YOUR TICKETS HERE!
On Friday the 13th of November, to raise funds in aid of the Syrian refugee crisis, over 30 individual pieces will be on display to bid for which have been donated by multi award wining international designers, artists, photographers & milliners.
As a brand ambassador for Scottish creativity Gordon J Miller from Scot Street Style will host the evening as Master of Ceremonies.
Drinks and canapes shall be served and for those who cant manage the stairs there is a lift with disabled access so all can enjoy this wonderful event.
We look forward to seeing you all and raising as much as we can for The British Red Cross’s Europe Refugee Appeal. See you soon!
See out venue and list of fabulous talent below, each who have gifted a piece of their unique work.
The Main Hall
JUDY R CLARK
ROSIE SUGDEN WALKER SLATER
SALLY ANN PROVEN
LETTERS TO JINNY
ANNE LEEN LINDSAY
January 20, 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!
July 2, 2014
Solus Production recently released their documentary about the late fashion designer Alexander McQueen. The 1 hour programme looks at how McQueen’s Skye connections influenced his work. This fascinating subject has so far taken Solus to London, New York and of course Skye. JUDY met with the film crew in her Edinburgh studio to share her memories of working in the design house
To watch the documentary on BBC I -Player click here McQueen of Scots
Dress of dyed ostrich feathers and hand-painted microscopic slides; Voss, S/S 2001; Alexander McQueen; model: Erin O’Connor; image: REX
February 7, 2014
We are looking for a summer Intern to join our team.
Pattern cutting, sewing & hand sewing skills required.
2/3 days a week in our Edinburgh Studio.
Start date – July
Email: email@example.com with you CV with the subject INTERN.
July 7, 2013
Some behind the scenes footage from our shoot, the image featured below will feature in all off Scotland’s Airports at arrivals – where Scotland welcomes the world.
Model – Kelly Donaghy
Photographer – David Stanton
January 18, 2013
Here is a look at the jacket we made for Judy Murray’s Wimbledon occasions. The weather on centre court probably proves to warm for our coat but we like to think the Judy wears it with style to different events.
The coat is made using a green and tartan cool wool in the Wimbledon colours using fabric from Scottish mill Calzeat Textiles and lined with a purple silk.
Wishing Andy Murray the best of luck today, doing Scotland proud!
A snippet of our 10 page feature in Bell Armoire Magazine where Judy talks about her life, work and career as a fashion designer.
“In our house as children we always sat ‘round the table with crayons and pencils, clay, glitter pens — anything we could get our hands on. It was a creative kitchen where my sisters and I were encouraged to get our hands dirty and have some fun,” Judy remembers. It’s still the site of much creative brainstorming. “My kitchen table is one of my favourite places to be. The table has been the same since we were tiny tots standing underneath it. It’s a table full of memories, from the creative arty days, baking days, weird boyfriend days, and now the days of chatting about our different lives, creative paths, the good times, and the wine times!”
Thanks to all involved in the various photo-shoots used throughout the magazine. x