Coats Viyella, is the largest manufacturer of sewing thread in the world and has a unique global spread. Coats is renowned in the business to business sector for sewability, service and colour matching, and in the consumer sector for embroidery favourites like Anchor and craft brands such as Red Heart.
Coats is committed to research into and development of manufacturing processes. An example of this is the innovations in the understanding and application of colour physics which have led the way to developing exact electronic colour communications systems. These systems, developed in house, are more advanced than those available anywhere else.
Fashion Retail which incorporating branded clothing and is responsible for producing design-to-manufacture for a number of world famous brands including Jaeger, Viyella and Van Heusen. Jaeger is an international brand with retail stores in the UK, Europe, North & South America, the Far East including Japan and the Middle East. Viyella Ladieswear is a UK based retailer with over 150 outlets countrywide. The Van Heusen, Ladybird and Byford brands are widely licensed around the world by the International Licensing Division.
Contract Clothing is involved in designing and manufacturing clothing specifically for retailer, own label, such as Marks and Spencer, and has been operating in the U.K. and overseas factories. The High Street retailer trend toward overseas sourcing is continuing to be met by Contract Clothing as its international organisation is flexible to these kind of requirements.
Home Furnishings designs and manufactures household textiles under their own brand, Dorma, as well as for Marks and Spencer, Homes Direct 365, Laura Ashley and other High Street retailers. By negotiating original design opportunities (for instance, access to the V&A library), Home Furnishings has retained its market leading position.
Learning how to dress a sofa may be a small part of home decoration – but follow these simple ideas and yours will soon become a colourful, stylish focus in your living room Introduce pattern and colour Opt for a plain, or neutral fabric for the upholstery of your sofa. Grey or taupe like the Read more about How to dress a sofa using different design techniques[…]
Ah winter, don’t you just love it? The cold weather definitely makes it harder getting dressed stylishly with all those layers. Today I teamed up with amazing bloggers Larissa from Living in Color and Jacqueline of Stylin in St. Louis to let you in on our cold- weather essentials that you definitely need in your closet. Go check out Read more about COLD WEATHER ESSENTIALS: SLIP DRESSES & TURTLENECKS + LINK-UP[…]
From London, New York, Paris and Milan, we’ve scoured the shows to bring you the top fashion trends of 2018 that emerged on the runways. What we love about major trends is that there isn’t a set way to wear any them, and there’s always room for interpretation to make them your own with what you Read more about 18 Major 2018 Fashion Trends Straight From The Runway[…]
If you’re contemplating between mirrored furniture and upholstered furniture, you may need some quick information to make the decision. Each of these two options leaves a unique sense of style being complete polar opposites but also comes with a number of pros and cons. Mirrored furniture has been in use since the early 1900s, mostly Read more about The best furniture of 2017 – mirrored furniture versus fabric furniture[…]
You want to wear something weird and different sometimes. If you are tired and bored of the same look, a Devore kimono can do the trick. This piece of clothing can take your wardrobe to the next level. So read on if you want to learn more about what a Devore kimono can do for Read more about Want a Devore Kimono? What You Need to Know[…]
Mould is a plague for exterior textiles. We have actually simply obtained that environment when you leave a sunshade or some pillows in the yard, little bit of rainfall, little bit of sunlight, hello presto … mould areas! Nonetheless, do not anguish, you could clean up mould from exterior materials with a couple of things Read more about How to clean and maintain outdoor upholstery and fabrics on patio and garden furniture[…]
As a person of a certain age (cough, cough, late 20s), I often want nice things but my taste outpaces my bank account. Can anyone relate? This headboard from West Elm has been on my radar for a while now and is so deliciously beautiful. I WANTED it, tried to bargain with myself why I Read more about West Elm Inspired DIY Leather Tufted Headboard[…]
Do you remember Seinfeld’s George Costanza and his biggest life goal? While he may have been career-challenged and romantically inept – and stuck living with his parents on too many occasions – his one true love was velvet. In fact, in the ever-popular series he was often quoted as saying that he would, “drape himself Read more about The Trend in Crushed Velvet Beds Can Change Your Nights[…]
Having quality and quite sleep is beneficial for your health. This is why it is necessary to ensure that you sleep in a conducive environment without disturbances. One of the ways that you can do this is to ensure that you have the right fabric for sleeping. You should make sure you sleep with the Read more about Why Silk is the Best Material for Sleeping[…]
Top 5 Australian Designers I promised on my last post – Top 5 favorite Irish Designers – that I would post about my top 5 favorite Australian designers. This list was quite hard as these are designers that I have come across in my time in Australia but as I have only been here for Read more about Top 5 Australian Designers[…]
Ah, French-girl style. If we had a croissant for every time there has been an article turned dissertation written about the nuances between French and American women, well, let’s just say no one would be mistaking us for French. And while the subject may often turn to the symbolic appeal of a marinière or whether or not Caroline de Read more about American vs. French-Girl Style: What’s the difference?![…]
Designer Eileen Fisher made an eight-year commitment to sustainable fashion four years ago, after having “an epiphany about the earth” and her responsibility as the owner of her own company. In the years since, the brand has been vocal about these efforts. “We made a commitment that, by the year 2020, we would eliminate our Read more about Why luxury brands still aren’t embracing sustainable fashion[…]
When decorating your home, one sure thing which comes to mind, with regards to furniture style is, French furniture. The choice of Homes Direct 365`s French furniture as primal furniture style goes back again towards the seventeenth century, possibly beforehand. You can truly find a lot of restored “shabby chic” furniture outline styles that touched Read more about YOU DONT HAVE TO BE FRENCH TO HAVE FRENCH FURNITURE[…]
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Choosing plus size coats are easy when you know how. Follow our helpful guide to choosing the best plus size coats this season! Belted Plus Size Coats First on our list of top coats to choose from is the mid to long length belted coat. A belted coat is a great alternate to buttoned or zipped Read more about CURVY GIRLS GUIDE TO PLUS SIZE COATS[…]