Tartan ###

Scotland is particularly associated with tartan, which a traditional Scottish costume is made of. As mentioned before, we live in Scotland. So, we are more than happy to have those colorful and luxurious Scottish fabrics within reach.

Each clan identifies with a certain tartan pattern.

Some tartan are attributed to the British Royal Family and in some areas this kind of tartan shouldn’t be worn by anyone, who is not a part of the Royal Family.

Tartan is one of our motives, because it’s smart, simple and classic.

Tartan is going to be huge throughout 2018/2019. Not as an overall “tartan outfit”, but used more for details of the garment or accessories. Especially, tartan fabrics woven in rich and striking colours.


I’ll spin a yarn…




yarn [NOUN] strand of twisted threads of natural or synthetic fibers, used in knitting and crocheting

yarn [VERB] along, often elaborate, narrative story of real or fictitious adventures; an entertaining tale





When the weather turns chilly, you would need a knitted ear warmer through the cold winter months. Knitted stuff is very practical for traveling. Moreover, hats insulate from the harsh weather.


So, keep your head up and wear a hat !






Modernized patterns became very popular and taken for granted. Additionally, after Millennium Stroke, the bobble hat has become very popular with some celebrities.





We would like to introduce ourselves, a married couple, my wife Magda and myself Peter. Together, we would like to share our idea of fashion. It’s all started from our own wedding accessories – veil and bow tie. We really enjoyed that brain storm of ideas, teamwork and final effects, so we went further, and bought our first sewing machine!








We designed my own wedding bow tie, that perfectly matched to the the whole outfit.






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Fashion – art with no doubt!

The fashion houses want to dress certain kinds of society. If society likes it, not just human but the whole society will come back for it! Just look at the famous red carpet, which has grown into a spectacular, over the years. People choose an image they like and create their own style. Those images are inspired by fashion designers, stars, celebs, bloggers or just next door neighbour, who knows how to look good.


What we wear (consciously or unconsciously) is usually the way of expressing ourselves, from the simple human impulse to communicate and express feelings to the most extraordinary manifestations, such as events of emancipation or any rebel (as some people want to be seen as the rebels).


It just depends on the public point of view of the specific subculture group. People want to belong to specific subculture, with the same style, to feel like they’re not alone.



People live for a cultural experience, to learn something about themselves, throughout the human journey. Fashion is indispensable it this voyage.


When you see how fashion touches people and moves people, you’ll find out a lot of expressions. So, what more can you ask from art? I do reckon, that fashion should be recognised as an art. Not since the definition of art have become more elastic, and not from Coco Channel’s time, either. But, since the oldest human civilization started to exist, where the application of Chinese embroideries were an artistic expression inspired by Imperial China. Aesthetic principles, the most refined techniques, all laden with concepts, and everything else what is subjected to the criteria of art. So, when we’re talking about art, I think (with no doubt) fashion is a part of it! Fashion is a part of life.