TWO Sheffield fashion students turned to leading British textile manufacturer Hainsworth for inspiration for their new collection.
Lisa Tibbs and Chloe Savage created their womenswear collection using Hainsworth’s famous scarlet and black Doeskin.
The Doeskin is traditionally used to make military mess dress and garments and was even worn by Prince William on his wedding day.
Lisa, aged 25, designed a full-length black dress with a contrast collar.
Chloe, 22, created a black jacket and skirt. She said: “My garments were created to wrap the body, forming and protective outer shell.”
The garments will be on display at Leeds Industrial Museum, Armley Mills, during Yorkshire Wool Week from today to next Monday.