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Tweed

(twēd),
Charles H., U.S. orthodontist, 1895-1970. See: Tweed edgewise treatment, Tweed triangle.
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Tweed lived at the Playboy mansion for a little over a year and dated Playboy magazine founder Hugh Hefner.
Sofia Coppola So you see, a tweed jacket is the ultimate hero piece that you will wear season after season.
Meanwhile, tweed - largely seen as outdoor wear since it originated in the 18th century - has also become increasingly diverse.
It means the county which boasts the River Tweed now has its own fabric of the same name.
Patent attorney Campbell Newell, who worked on behalf of the authority, said: "If there are people who want to try to pass off products as Harris Tweed, we have these big sticks to hit the potential infringers with.
As the name suggests, the fabric of tweed forms the foundation for this look.
We have a true story about a child who was put to bed with the Tweed children one night in mistake by my father "Percy" Tweed, (his real name was Robert Rueben but was called Percy).
The plant was officially commenced, will service Tweed Heads, Banora Point, Terranora and Bilambil Heights.
The beauty of tweed is that any colour of wool can be used to create a pattern.
Elie Saab has created his own modern twist on this sophisticated trend – and in doing so has kept the peplum alive – with structured dresses complemented with panels of tweed.
John Harrison, managing director of Samuel Tweed, John Harrison, said: "Working with Florence has really helped to maximise the vast opportunities that international exporting can bring.
So pair rich shades of cognac with a tartan mini, and colonial gold with wide-legged tweed trousers for a youthful spin.