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The Blue Suit – A Poem by Fred Seidel

The Poet Frederick Seidel recently wrote his poem The Blue Suit about a particularly vibrant blue worsted that we introduced to customers last year. The poem has been published in the London Review of Books and we are grateful to Mr Seidel for allowing us to publish it here.
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FRED SEIDEL

Seidel specially selected On Being Debonair to be read on film for The Art of Tailoring. The piece is read by Dr Toby Haggith and filmed by Damon Cleary.
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SUE EDWARDS

Edwards is a painter and printmaker from the Vale of Glamorgen, South Wales. Widely exhibited in the UK, she often works with mixed media, combining the three processes of printmaking, painting and drawing.
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BARRY KAMEN

Artist and stylist, freelance creative director and collaborator, Kamen was born in the 60’s in an Essex new town, the youngest of 8 children to parents that fled Burma in the early 50’s.
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FIN ROBINSON

Fin Robinson studied at Limerick School of Art and Design in her native Ireland and subsequently worked for The British Council in London as a graphic designer.
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CLIVE BARKER

Briefly an art student in Luton. Worked at Vauxhall Motors for a while. Moved to London and briefly worked in a pawnbroker’s shop, which may just have catalysed and inspired his fascination in a deeper ‘surprise element’ in the lives of objects, ‘precious objects’, what makes them precious – and how?
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REBECCA LOUISE LAW

Rebecca is an Installation Artist who works with natural materials. She trained in Fine Art at Newcastle University, England. Her work plays with the relationship between the human being and nature.
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FRAN ANDERSON

An artist and teacher from St Albans, Hertfordshire, Fran Anderson studied at Leicester Polytechnic, specialising in Surface Decoration.
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VIC REEVES

Had a highly individual, uniquely humorous father.
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LUKE HASELER

A professional artist based in London, Haseler studied at CSM Byam Shaw, Falmouth College of Art and the London Atelier of Representational Art, where he received a classical training.
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