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VOGUE Germany

We featured in Vogue Germany this week. See the translated  interview below.

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“I like to walk through Edinburgh when the fallen leaves crackle under my shoes,” tells us Judy R Clark during a visit to her hometown last fall. The studio is located in the heart of the Scottish designer of Edinburgh, their designs are unmistakable homage to the Scottish home – reacted with details of Plaid, headdresses and romantic lace. She herself spending her favorite season in layering outfits and boots – the perfect combination for long walks through Edinburgh.

VOGUE: What do you like about Edinburgh?

Judy R Clark: The atmosphere, the architecture, the art and fashion scene. And that there are always new places to discover that inspire me. Since I use many materials from Scotland for my collections, it is best that I live in the capital and the manufacturers can visit at any time. It allows me to accompany the emergence of my designs from the beginning.

A perfect day in Edinburgh …

… Would start with a walk along the Water of Leith. Then I would stroll over the Stockbridge Market, visit an exhibition, and go to Stockbridge and Morningside shopping. In the evening I meet my friends at a dinner – the perfect way to end the day.

Where you reserve a table? And where you meet your tea time?

The  Gardner’s Cottage, one of my favorite restaurants, is only five minutes away from my studio. This historic cottage was originally lived in the gardener, offers the seasonal delicious dishes. I like the flavor! Or  Empires, a small Turkish restaurant on Saint Mary’s Street. Here you can dine surrounded by oriental decorations and can listen to live guitar music. For a meeting in the afternoon, I recommend Leo’s Beanery. There are award-winning brownies are  a must . The owners have made the way the furniture out of old doors and sewing machines.

Which location would you recommend for cocktails “after work”?

Panda & Sons on Queen Street. The outside looks like an old barbers shop. You can wander downstairs to a false bookcase and pull an old book to open the door to the basement bar where you can sip cocktails in old barber shop chairs. My favorite cocktail is the Birdcage which comes in a glass dome full of rosemary smoke.

Which shops you equip regularly visit?

Armstrong’s Vintage Emporium is a perfect place to be inspired. The selection of dresses and costumes is just fantastic! For new pieces I shop preferably in small boutiques in Stockbridge and Morningside.


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Picture  of the new Lace Noir Collection  –  David Stanton

See the article online here


Judy Trending


Wowcracy HQ sent this out today to all there followers of fashion. We are trending! Check out our projects page and get involved @  http://bit.ly/JudyWow.

We are looking forward to posting out the new Frock Coats out soon. Made with Harris Tweed & MYB Lace the coats are luxury products that will last a life time and perfect for Autumn/Winter 2013.


Thanks again to our wonderful sponsors:


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Our VOGUE cuffs free with the next two coat orders!

So Murray WON!!!..the nation is feeling good!!

We are giving away a set off  gorgeous lace cuffs away this week* worth £250 with the next  two orders from our Fashion A Frock Coat range.  We were commissioned to make them by Vogue and they feature in our latest shoot. They will be the perfect accompaniment to your new coat!

The cuffs are hand made in our Edinburgh studio using Scottish lace trimmed with antique silk lace and embroidered with gold painted beading  –  Start shopping here !

*offer ends Friday*




Phot0 – David Stanton, Hosiery – Bebaroque, Jewellery- Euan McWhirter.



Wowcracy – Fashion A Frock Coat




We are the only label in Scotland to land a coveted place on Wowcracy, the new crowd-sourced fashion platform supported by style-bible Vogue!

This is your chance to own one of the first ever limited edition Harris Tweed and lace Frock coats from our new line, each one numbered and completely exclusive.Only 25 in both men and women’s will be made so get yours whiles stocks last.

To find out more and support  our ‘Fashion A Frock Coat’  project  visit  bit.ly/JudyWow

We will be showcasing our first ‘Fashion A Frock Coat’ prototype very soon so keep your fashion savvy eyes peeled!

Thank you to our sponsors MYB Textiles and Harris Tweed Hebrides.

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Born To Shop – Save The Children

This September to coincide with London Fashion Week and Vodafone Fashion Weekend, Save
the Children launch
Born to Shop –  it is  the UK’s biggest ever on-line designer fashion auction.

The sale, which starts today , features a host of designer donations from brands such as Alexander McQueen, Temperly London, Nichole Farhi and my own label Judy R Clark

Erin O’conner is fronting the campaign, the supermodel is the official ambassador for the Bid Boutique – the charity’s first ever fashion auction supported by the British Fashion Council.

The items have just been launched so get involved.You can get bidding for one of my unique Harris Tweed Jacket by clicking HERE!

A few of my Scottish colleagues are also involved which include William Chambers, Rosie Sugden and Bebaroque.

Follow the #bidboutique tweets on Twitter. Auction runs from today  September 15th – September 23rd.

The cause is so worth while, you can read a bit about it below. 

In 2011 Save
the Children launched their No Child Born to Die campaign aimed at curtailing
the shockingly high numbers of young children dying of preventable causes –
like pneumonia and diarrhoea – around the globe.
The campaign has already achieved huge breakthroughs. Last year, they inspired a massive new
investment in vaccines that will save 4 million children’s lives by 2015 and
secured commitments to train and equip more health workers so more kids can see
a doctor or nurse when they need to.

Every bit counts! x