Wallis Coat Archive: Detail of a 'Wallis Exclusive' nylon coat from Spring 1989. The coat retailed for £69.00. Pin on Pinterest

Wallis Coat Archive: Original sketch by Sylvia Ayton. Designed for Wallis for their Autumn / Winter collection in 1985/6 Pin on Pinterest

Wallis Coat Archive: Red wool coat designed by Sylvia Ayton for Wallis.
Date: Mid 1980s Pin on Pinterest

Wallis Coat Archive: The collection consists of approximately 100 coats and jackets in a variety of fabrics and colours. Pin on Pinterest

Siddon’s Scarf Collection: Woman's silk 'lipstick' handkerchief with hand-rolled turnings. White ground with blotch print of lipstick and perfume bottle motifs, in black with discharge white.
Date: 1920s -1940s. Pin on Pinterest

Siddon’s Scarf Collection: Silk scarf with machine turned edges. White border and a white and green background with 'coach and horses and houses about town' motifs in green, orange and black.
Date: Unknown Pin on Pinterest

Siddon’s Scarf Collection: Woman's scarf, produced by Jacqmar, called 'London Wall by Jacqmar'. Screen-printed on silk. Hand-rolled edges.

Jacqmar of London made propaganda scarves from 1940-1945 and were based in Mayfair. Many scarves were produced for the export market as well as for wartime sweethearts, particularly in London. The chief designer was Arnold Lever who continued working for the company even after he had joined the RAF. The scarves fall into three main thematic groups; armed forces, allies and home front. The Jacqmar name is usually printed on the scarf. Pin on Pinterest

Next: Team GB man's formal jacket, shirt and tie. Worn for formal occasions during the 2012 London Olympic Games.

In 2012 Next designed and supplied outfits and formal suits for both the opening and closing ceremonies of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, clothing both Team GB members as well as supplying uniforms for all 4,500 technical officials.

The museum has a selection of these outfits and examples of Olympic merchandise and homeware designed by Next and used in the Olympic Village. Pin on Pinterest

Next: Team GB London 2012 Games outfit worn during the opening ceremony on 27th July 2012. Pin on Pinterest

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