Posts Tagged: French work jacket

Black and White

‘Idle hands are the devil’s handiwork!’ Oh! How true that is. In my case it’s browsing the internet to pass some time but I usually end up wasting a lot of money buying things I don’t really need. Luckily this

Black and White

‘Idle hands are the devil’s handiwork!’ Oh! How true that is. In my case it’s browsing the internet to pass some time but I usually end up wasting a lot of money buying things I don’t really need. Luckily this

Contortion of a Tiger in Camo

I don’t know where this fascination came from but I have an obsession with tigers. I assume that my affinity for tigers may come from my mom and dad as they both were born under the chinese zodiac sign of

Contortion of a Tiger in Camo

I don’t know where this fascination came from but I have an obsession with tigers. I assume that my affinity for tigers may come from my mom and dad as they both were born under the chinese zodiac sign of

Seeing Spots

My boss (who happens to be my pattern cutting lecturer) recently went to Japan for business trip. When he returned, he told me stories of the amazing things you can find in the flea market especially old Kimono fabrics. That’s

Seeing Spots

My boss (who happens to be my pattern cutting lecturer) recently went to Japan for business trip. When he returned, he told me stories of the amazing things you can find in the flea market especially old Kimono fabrics. That’s

The Emperor’s New Jacket

There it was, just dumped on the floor with everyone treading all over it. I thought ‘what a waste!’, so I asked if I could have it and the technician said yes. This rarely happens now, as the college reuses

The Emperor’s New Jacket

There it was, just dumped on the floor with everyone treading all over it. I thought ‘what a waste!’, so I asked if I could have it and the technician said yes. This rarely happens now, as the college reuses

French Work Jacket

Introduced in the 19th century, this iconic blue jacket was worn as a means of protecting the worker’s body from the dirt spewing from the factory.  The term “bleu de travail” (working blues) became tightly associated with the work jacket as

French Work Jacket

Introduced in the 19th century, this iconic blue jacket was worn as a means of protecting the worker’s body from the dirt spewing from the factory.  The term “bleu de travail” (working blues) became tightly associated with the work jacket as