Wednesday, 29 July 2009

Suits you, Sir

Recently I have had a number of enquires about the trousers I have been making based on the classic series costumes. I have therefore decided to make them available for commission.

If you are interested, please get in touch by emailing me at tennantcoat@me.com.

Five Trousers - season 19 design

Screen accurate copy of trousers as worn by Peter Davison in his first two seasons.
Fabric is bespoke printed by Spoonflower and has been designed to accurately match genuine garment. Although never seen in full on screen, pattern has been based as closely as possible to the trousers as seen in Planet Of Fire.


Trousers have high V-split back; zip and hook & eye fastenings; two side pockets; buttons ready for braces (braces not supplied!); lined from waistband to pockets.

£350
Five Trousers - season 21 design

Made to a pattern to match the trousers seen in Planet of Fire, these trousers are made with a fabric design not previously made available. This design of trouser was also seen recently in Time Crash, where Peter Davison wore the pair that had been let out for Colin Baker during the regeneration scene in Caves Of Androzani.














Trousers have high V-split back; zip and hook & eye fastenings; two side pockets; buttons ready for braces (braces not supplied!); lined from waistband to pockets.

£350
Six Trousers - season 22 design

Made from authentic woven pillow ticking and dyed to just the right colour as described in Making Phoenix Fabric.
NB: trousers shown are made directly from the California Pants pattern and are not strictly screen accurate. Trousers made will be to a revised screen accurate pattern.

Trousers have zip and hook & eye fastening; two side and two back pockets; buttons ready for braces (braces not supplied!); lined from waistband to pockets.

£300

3 comments:

  1. i don't suppose there could be a similar offer for the finished suit, could there?

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  2. Well, the initial problem is that the fabric I am using for my suit (from JoAnn stores in the US) is now discontinued, so even if I could do the suit, I would not have the fabric to make it from.
    Luckily, a friend in Canada, Justin Monk, is working on a printed version of the brown and blue suit fabric (akin to the Spoonflower method), using a sample of the GAP trousers (thanks Lisa!) as definitive reference.
    Results are looking good and he plans to have a group buying option sometime soon. He is printing onto cotton (as the screen used suits) so it will have the same look/feel as the real thing.
    We hope to then offer a make-up option too, using my pattern - once I finally finish it.
    Watch this space for further announcements.

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  3. Pumpkiny these trousers are amazing. I was wondering is it possible if you could make a pair of Seventh Doctor trousers?

    George (Seventh Doctor Fan from GB)

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