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New labels are here!



Our new black and gold  labels are here !

We cant wait to stitch them into our new ready to wear line of limited edition Harris Tweed &  Scottish lace coats. More to come on our limited edition coats soon – pick up The Scotland on Sunday tomorrow (July 6th) to see our exclusive new range!

Find out more about how to get your very own coat here bit.ly/JudyWow


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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Eric Musgrave studio visit..

Leading industry commentator Eric Musgrave popped along to the studio for a chat about Scottish Textiles and how I incorporate the sought after cloths into my design work.   

Eric was previously Editor at Drapers and has a varied and very interesting career. He is  now a successful author specialising in menswear. It was a great pleasure to talk to to Eric and find out more his life.You can  read more about Eric and his trip to various Scottish mills in Modh Magazine as seen below.

The video for Textiles Scotland will be out soon and was filmed by a great crew from Speakeasy Productions.

Modh Magazine

World Peace Tartan

The story unfolds…

Tartan is one of the most recognisable cultural icons anywhere in the world. It is also a metaphor for interconnectedness, interdependence, equality and diversity; therefore this tartan can be used to illustrate humanity’s desire for a harmonious and sustainable future. 

The World Peace Tartan was created to promote a global message of peace. The striking light blue in the design is representative of the presence, hope and potential of the United Nations. Scotland is represented at the heart of this enterprise through the purple and green of the Scottish thistle. The red and black in the design represent and remind us of the realities of war and violence and the great need for a new living culture of nonviolence with the white running through the pattern proving a counterbalance in being symbolic of peace and light.

In the Studio

Making the coat was really exciting, I love what the tartan represents; each piece of the tartan is so symbolic. The bustle was made using scarves from the Dalai Lama along with my own scarves from my travels to Nepal. The scarves known as ‘Khatas’ are a traditional ceremonial scarf which symbolises purity and compassion.

The strong message woven within the fabric combined with the Khata’s really gives the coat a profound significance and dramatic silhouette. I wanted the coat to convey a sense of strength and have named it ‘The Peaceful Warrior.’ Where ever the wearer goes the emblematic message of tartan and the Khata scarves will billow behind the wearer.

See the coat in its début catwalk appearance on April 8th at From Scotland With Love, New York City!

Special thanks to the chief milliner at Fabhatrix for her specially made headpiece.

Click on the links below the press pictures to read the on-line editions.

Headpiece – Fabhatrix

Photographer Aleksandra Kocela

Hair and MUA – Illusion Controlled

Model – Yasamin

The Scotsman

The Herald

The Times

Belle Armoire Magazine

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

Glenarch House Shoot

Gold & Cream Appliqué lace dress

Madam Ebony – Black lace with Gold Appliqué

Glenarch House Shoot

Photographer Vincent Lamb
Models; Philip Dws, Catriona Appolinari and Ellis O’Connor from Colours Agency.
Hair by Kelly Horsburgh MUA by Laura Cameron

Lace Dresses –  Judy R Clark Bespoke

Special thanks to the owners of Glenarch House.