Where did they have the exhibit in the studio tour? Got photos of the general area? Just curious
Ah! I thought you meant the studio tour in London.
I'll try and get a shot when I get in, but it does specify some of the fabric providers (Sorry, really should have included this originally!
Main Outer Garment
Ref/code: p71389, Lavender
Supplier Bernstein & Banley
Ref/code: 530, Shade: 1694
Supplier Georg Auzinger
50% linen, 50% boiled wool
Two of which are british fabric providers. Misan are located in London, Soho, Bernstein and Banely are in Southend-on-Sea - Georg Auzinger however is an Austrian textile provider
So... how many of you would be interested in us doing a run of bow ties using the Ginger Doctor's photo as a guide?
Missing some things like stitching details, here's a workup of the boots as I understand them (and am showing to manufacturers).
And how I'm guessing the buckles/straps attach.
I still don't really know what the heck those things on the back of the boot are, but I'm going with "strips of leather between hardware studs" for now.
Post no longer redacted as I can safely say with absolutely certainty that this is the fabric used on Newt's tweed jacket.
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Double buckle boots that even have a toe cap! Not bad!
Just listed the hottopic coat online in size XL. It was way to big for me because I'm only 5"4 and the seamstress said she couldn't alter it. Drove out of town to an outlet to get it. I included upclose pics of the fabric. The color can look different depending on the lighting. Anyone interested I'll send you the link. Hottopic said they won't be making anymore on their twitter account. So I'm not selling it for a ridiculous price because I hope it'll help someone out who wants to dress up like Newt too.
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