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Think twice the next time you take a look at your jacket sleeve the way you do, when you're in a meeting, and you're bored.
If it's a tweed jacket from Magee of Donegal, there were probably 60 operations that went into its making. Hundreds of hands. A complexity of skills. To walk down the production line in the Magee clothing factory, which produces 3, sleeved garments a week, is to be gobsmacked by the extraordinary speed and deftness of each specialist: from pattern cutter to pocket maker.
A bit of this and a bit of that and a classic is born. But first, a tour of the weaving mill, where design swatches the size of train tickets are transformed into vast bulks of raw, woven cloth on high-tech looms, spun from a confusion of yarns.
As the fabric emerges, each inch is inspected and mended and inspected again and then put though a labour of beatings: washed, dried, washed again, tugged, pressed to perfection and stored. Everywhere, there's the smell of wet wool.
Vast rows of colour coded cloth, tweeds, wool mixes, cotton and silk - about cloths in all. You will find these cloths in the most exalted places - on the walls of Ralph Lauren shops, for example, where mere wallpaper wouldn't suffice. Instead, rooms encased in lush, red tartan wool exude that vital RL air of the manoir manque. And that's not forgetting your Magee hacking jacket.
So, if Magee of Donegal can produce the signature fabric for the Ralph Lauren empire, doesn't it figure that Magee of Donegal is destined to become Ireland's own iconic lifestyle dresser? It would seem only a matter of time, and time is something this century-old family business understands.
While developing their own retail base may seem like an obvious and almost inevitable step, they insist that they are primarily focused on producing the cloth that is unique to them. They have, however, designed in-store shopfronts, bought the dressers and settles, the fittings and the fixtures needed for concession-style selling, so I think it is fair to expect a Magee store here and there in the early years of the next century. You've perhaps heard the Magee story before, but it's worth retelling.
In , a John Magee sold his shop in Donegal town to a Robert Temple, who then guided the company through the tough beginnings of the century, helped by the knitters and hand weavers of south-west Donegal. He was succeeded by his son Howard Temple, a recent recipient of an honorary doctorate from Trinity, who cottoned on to the idea of ready-to-wear, coaxed the British out of their shilling "demob outfits" and dressed them with an Irish twist.
He also opened a factory in Antrim, providing employment on both sides of the Border. Ready-to-wear matured by the s and 80s, when Germans and Continentals made up the larger part of the market. That's when Howard's son Lynn was put through the mill, so to speak, where he remains today, styling a wider range of fabrics with state-of-the-art technology. These are challenging times on the River Eske. Patterns, sizes and details are completely programmed online.
These skills deserve support, as when harnessed to modern technology and high levels of design and ,marketing investment, a good future can be secured. Meanwhile, the Government-appointed task force announced after the Fruit of the Loom closure has yet to report. So what's next and what will the next generation of Temples get up to? Well, for the moment they're still in school, but watch this space.
A new generation of buyers meanwhile, both Irish and international, is being lured by the design-led "John Magee" label. The tweed has a new twist. There are great, big funnelneck sweaters, slinky shift dresses, drawstring trousers for the less than slinky, steed coats, long-line waistcoats and bolero jackets.
The colours for spring are pale versions of rich winter tweeds. The fabrics have been modified too with a mix of linens and silk wool; cool wools and woven silks. The look is long, loose, casual and young.
But hey, if you really want to challenge your notion of what constitutes a Magee suit, check out the formal wear which has been gizzed up in anticipation of the millennium. Frock coats worthy of Les Liaisons Dangereuses.
The next generation of Temples has quite a cloth to cut. If they inherit the family's determination to both sustain and develop one of the great traditions of Donegal, they may push the boat out further and sail into the US market while all things Irish remain in vogue. It's a fascinating story to follow.
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Textile manufacturing is a major industry. It is based on the conversion of fibre into yarn , yarn into fabric. These are then dyed or printed, fabricated into clothes. Different types of fibres are used to produce yarn.
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Потом опустилась на кушетку. Никки подползла Элли под бок и положила голову на колени. Так они просидели довольно долго. - А как себя чувствовал папа, пока меня не. - наконец спросила - Отлично, - ответила маленькая девочка. - Только шишка выскочила. - Какая шишка.
Николь не смогла продолжить: внезапная боль в сердце одолела. Она подъехала к столику и отпила из бутылочки с синей жидкостью.
Николь улыбнулась. - Полагаю, мы созрели для небольшого перерыва, - проговорила. Извинившись, Элли отправилась мыться, а Орел подошел к Николь.
Элли хотела сказать Роберту, что всему виной октопауки, но решила, что этого делать не следует. - Мамочка, мамочка. - кричала Никки.
Когда они не пошевелились, он сделал еще один шаг. Тут одна из игуан бросилась на. Галилей схватил ее за шею и яростно встряхнул, сломав при этом ей шею. Она умерла.