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Horses might not have a majestic horn like the unicorns, but perhaps they’ve found something even better: a bespoke suit.
For the Cheltenham Festival in London, race horse Morestead appeared in a dashing tailored, three-piece tweed suit. Made by former Alexander McQueen protégé Emma Sandham-King, the outfit also comes with a shirt, a tie, and a flat cap.
It took the entire design team four weeks to create it before presenting it to legendary jockey Tony McCoy.
‘Creating the world’s first tweed suit for a horse has been one of the biggest challenges that I have faced in my career as a designer’, said Sandham-King. ‘We have used 18 metres of genuine Harris Tweed (about 10 times more than its h…