Judy R Clark will be hosting a luxury pop up Atelier as part of The Fife Arms Festival of Fashion. There is an array of distinguished guest speakers. Please see here for tickets and more information below.
” We are delighted to announce our first Festival of Fashion, an exciting and immersive weekend transporting you to the heart of the global fashion community, with contributors including acclaimed designer Giles Deacon, eminent fashion journalist Tim Blanks, designer Simone Rocha and The Telegraph’s Fashion News & Features Director Bethan Holt. Join us to explore this fascinating world, from learning about the fine craft of couture and role of artist collaboration to the future of fashion and the meaning of the clothes we wear. “
Delighted to announce our Lace Noir Dress will feature in ‘Beyond The Little Black Dress’ alongside some of the worlds greatest names in fashion @nationalmuseumsscotland !
The dress was handmade in my Edinburgh studio using Scottish lace from @mybtextiles1900 appliquéd with painted golden lace.
The exhibition will chart a century of fashion in a series of themed, immersive displays. Iconic early pieces by Yves Saint Laurent, Dior and Jean Muir will be juxtaposed with recent looks by ground-breaking contemporary designers and brands like Gareth Pugh, Simone Rocha and Off-White and Molly Goddard.
We are looking forward to welcoming you to our in-house studio event on November 26th & 27th showcasing a selection of original paintings, prints and bespoke women’s wears
Also on sale will be a selcetion of newly launched products from Where Folk Gather, a homegrown company created by my big sis, serving up delcious preserves and busicuts – hampers also avaible for Christmas; come sample the goodness!
Over 30 artists will be showcasing work from 12-6pm at Abbeymount Studios Open Studios.
Our new collection incorporates handstitched ladybirds from Katy. Bringing you some luck and love in these specially customised pieces.
Katy (of Hoop&Bone) is a self taught embroidery artist who lives and works in Edinburgh, Scotland. Her embroidery pieces are individually designed from sketches and hand stitched onto a variety of materials, from silk and velvet to linen. Katy took up embroidery just over five years ago by total chance, and has become seriously addicted since. Using a technique called thread painting Katy tends to stitch as she would paint or draw, so no two pieces are ever the same. Her passion for sustainability within the fashion industry and desire to play a role in reducing textile waste has influenced a small latest collection of hand embroidered clothing.
Each ladybird is £25 and can be added to your garment, just drop us a line and we can make your ladybird dreams come true! See some action shots below.
Katy from Hoop & Bone at our studio night
A selection of images from Katy’s work in progress.
Delighted to introduce our new range of Harris Tweed jackets in collaboration with The Isle of Harris Distillery!
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.
The exhibition catalogue from japan has just arrived!
Judy was commissioned to make this special frock coat celebrating tartan. It will be showcased throughout the following museums in Japan listed below. The coat is made with two tartans; Robertson and MacDonald to represent Judy’s Grandmothers on each side of her family. Embellished with hand painted gold lace, blue velvet lapels and deep navy satin lining
Kobe Fashion Museum (Hyogo) Oct~Nov. 2018
Mitaka City Gallery Of Art (Tokyo) Dec. 2018~ Feb 2019
Iwate Museum of Art (Iwate) May~June 2019
Kurume City Art Museum (Fukuoka) Autumn 2019