On camera in Scotland
Bright sunshine greeted my visit to Edinburgh to start two days of filming a video for Textiles Scotland, the promotional body for the 600 companies in the fashion and textiles sector north of the body. After filming at Harvey Nichols in the morning, the crew and I descended on the charming and talented Judy R Clark, who is a keen exponent of mixing Harris Tweed and Scottish lace from Ayrshire-based MYB.
Other companies to be featured in the film, which will be posted on the Textiles Scotland site are cashmere spinner Todd and Duncan, Lochcarron Tweed, leather producer Andrew Muirhead and Son, technical textiles firm Scott & Fyfe and tartan specialist MacNaughton Holdings. It’s a fascinating selection of some of the fine work being created in Scotland. I’ll post details of the video as soon as I have them.
The film is being produced by Speakeasy Productions and I am having a great time working with Robert Anderson, Cassi Thompson, David Miller and Jean Devlin. I was appropriately attired in my jacket and waistcoat from Kathryn Sargent in Scottish “Gamekeeper” tweed by Robert Noble and cashmere tie from Drake’s.
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