Prince William’s collar

Prince William was married today in red – wearing the famous tunic of an Irish Guards officer. I see some viewers are looking for Prince William’s collar’s insignia. Well, this is Irish shamrock. The shamrock is a three-leafed old white clover. It is known as symbol of Ireland. The name shamrock is derived from Irish seamróg, which is the diminutive version of the Irish word for clover (seamair).

The tunic is Guards’ Red with gold piping, Irish shamrocks are on the collars and its buttons are arranged in fours, denoting the Irish – or Fourth – Regiment of Foot Guards. The buttons feature the Harp of Ireland surmounted by the Crown Imperial. The breeches are ivory and are worn with white stockings and black buckle shoes.

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Prince Harry s a newly promoted Captain in the Household Cavalry’s Blues and Royals and wears the uniform of his new rank.

Philippa Middleton wearing slinky white low-cut neckline gown made by Alexander McQueen designer Sarah Burton.

Handmade collars

Recycled collar is made with an upcycled tie and Green and yellow floral print neck ruff with striped ribbon closure

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wobaska‘s etsy site features hand made collar attire gently salvaged from vintage scarfs, giving them new life as necklaces

Nautical themed lace felt collar made from wool and then embroidered by dadaya

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Collared jeans!

My J Brand jeans with a stitched collar.

My jeans are too high waisted, so I solved this problem wearing them unzipped with rolled down edges, and I adorned them with stitched wings of a white collar.


My Dear Deer

When I was a child I saw a deer that beat against metallic rods of its cage in a zoo. His head was bleeding, and I felt strong feeling of pity. Since that I love deers tenderly.

I was inspired by a deer silhouette to make an adornment for the neckline which looks like an elegant tie.

Last week I had a trip to Northern Scotland, and luckily I took a photo of three deers.

Eleven Objects

Eleven Objects was started when Linh Thi Do and Christine Rhee simultaneously decided that their wardrobes would be vastly improved by a different kind of accessory.

Linh Thi Do previously worked in product development at TSE and Alexander Wang. She studied biology and fine arts at Rice University and then received her Associates degree in fashion design at Parsons School of Design.

Christine Rhee studied architecture at Princeton University. She designed her eponymous line, CRHEE, which was featured in Marie Claire, WWD, and Teen Vogue, and has also worked as a marketing coordinator for BOYY.

Fall/winter 2011 is the first season for Eleven Objects.

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