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Posted by Dan Kuseta
13. Aug, 2013
British tailor Timothy Everest has built a career creating bespoke clothing and accessories from his London studio. Over the past two decades Timothy has worked with celebrities including Mick Jagger, David Beckham and Jay Z, as well as designing the British Olympic team’s uniform.
In Melbourne where his work featured in the MINI Paceman concept store, Timothy and his friend Matthew Start took time out to explore Melbourne’s north and discover creative collaborations, shared spaces and the people that make them happen.With special thanks to:
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