Friday, 11 November 2011

Patrick Grant's Pudsey for Children in Need Designer Pudsey Collection

Patrick Grant's Pudsey is going for the Savile Row bespoke tailoring which is a 'must have' for any sartorial gentleman's wardrobe.

Handmade in Norton & Sons Savile Row workroom, only the best cloth is used:

Melton cloth from Hainsworth in Yorkshire for the plain black wool bandana and one paw. Wool & cashmere tartan woven by locharron in Selkirk for the body. This dashing black and red tartan was originally made for the AW2009 collection of Grant's menswear label E. Tautz.

Grant's Pudsey has the endearing floppy look which comes from loosely stuffing Pudsey with discarded wool, cotton, linen and silk scraps from the tailors board in the Savile Row workroom.

Visit the collection on the 2nd floor of Liberty in London until 19 Nov, or just view online:

All the bears in the collection are being auctioned on eBay to help raise money for disadvantaged children in the UK. If you want to bid for Grant's Designer Pudsey go to:

Bidding is at £520 and rising

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