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-In this programme, 1950s style

-with actress Nia Roberts...

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-..and a few horsey tips

-and fashion tips from Huw Rees.

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-Welcome to Cwpwrdd Dillad.

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-My life revolves around shopping.

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-I get up in the morning and I shop

-for models or for a pregnant woman.

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-I shop for personal shoppers...

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-..and I'm always on the lookout

-for something for myself.

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-I think I was

-born to be a professional shopper.

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-Huw Rees has been involved

-in the fashion industry for years.

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-He studied in London...

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-..and became a designer for

-high street shops like Warehouse.

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-He then returned to Wales...

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-..to become a fashion consultant

-on S4C programmes.

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-I've learned a lot

-from talking about clothes.

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-I think every designer should visit

-shops and talk about their clothes.

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-Meeting the people who wear the

-designs is also a great experience.

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-I talk to people

-about what they like to wear...

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-..and that's led to me doing

-a lot of personal shopping work.

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-That means I meet a housewife

-who hasn't a clue what to wear...

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-..take her to lunch,

-have a chat with her...

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-..then take her

-around the shops in Cardiff.

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-The ladies pay for the clothes

-and I get paid, too.

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-I'm lucky enough

-to have worked with stars...

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-..like Charlotte Church

-and Gavin Henson.

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-Charlotte was fantastic.

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-She knows what she likes but she

-welcomes other people's ideas, too.

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-It must be great to see someone

-transformed, thanks to your styling.

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-Yes. I feel I get as much out of it

-as those who pay for my service.

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-Huw doesn't just shop for others.

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-He loves finding unique clothes

-for his own wardrobe, too.

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-What about your personal clothes?

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-I can sum them up in one word -

-black.

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-I wear almost nothing except black.

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-Everyone who knows me

-knows I always wear black.

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-No-one would dare buy an item of

-clothing for me that isn't black.

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-If I were given a purple jumper

-or a blue shirt...

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-..it would stay in its packaging.

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-I wear black.

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-This is one of my favourite outfits.

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-The tie grabs people's attention

-because there's a lot of pink in it.

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-I don't wear much colour

-but this tie works well.

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-I wear a black shirt

-beneath this Paul Smith jacket.

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-Paul Smith

-is one of my favourite designers...

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-..even though he often makes clothes

-exclusively for skinny people.

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-This coat fits me nicely, it's warm

-and I love the detail on it.

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-The buttons are great, as is the

-stitching around the buttonholes.

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-I love shoes.

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-These black shoes

-are similar to trainers.

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-The stitching on the toe

-is a really lovely detail.

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-You spend most of your time shopping

-but how do you like to relax?

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-Horses are my other great passion.

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-I spend time with my horses

-every weekend.

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-I either enter them in competitions

-or I tend to them every weekend.

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-That happens on the farm, of course.

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-The clothes I wear on the farm are

-light years away from my daywear.

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-I'd love to give up shopping

-to focus on the horses...

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-..but the shopping

-pays for the horses.

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-Image is the last thing on my mind

-when I'm working on the farm...

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-..unless I'm preparing for Shows.

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-These are your Show clothes.

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-Image is important in Shows,

-isn't it?

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-When you're in the ring at a Show...

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-..you must follow the dress code

-laid down centuries ago.

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-The children must wear tweed jackets

-when they're showing ponies.

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-This tweed jacket

-is called a rat catcher.

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-The rest of the outfit

-matches the tweed.

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-They're expensive.

-This jacket cost over 200.

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-A child's jacket cost 200?

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-A child's jacket cost 200?

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-Yes, and everything else must match.

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-He wears a yellow shirt,

-this tie and a waistcoat.

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-Are these your clothes?

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-Yes. Sam wears yellow and green.

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-Yes. Sam wears yellow and green.

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-Sam is your nephew.

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-Yes, he's my nephew

-and we compete every weekend.

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-The children come off the ponies

-and we remove the saddle.

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-I then take the horse into the ring

-to be judged.

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-One of the rules is

-you must wear a hat.

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-Some people go into the ring

-inappropriately dressed...

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-..but I wear matching clothes.

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-A yellow jacket, a green and yellow

-shirt, yellow trousers and a hat.

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-I'm shocked. Where's the black?

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-There is no black!

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-This dark blue

-is the closest I get to black.

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-I wouldn't wear a Burberry shirt to

-go out or to appear on television...

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-..but it's perfect, in this context.

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-Is it a nice feeling to lock the

-black clothes in the wardrobe...

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-..and fish out a bit of colour,

-at the weekend?

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-Are you a different person

-when you wear colourful clothes?

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-What a great question!

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-When I wear these clothes,

-I feel like a kid in fancy dress.

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-It isn't something I'd buy naturally

-so a lot of thought goes into it.

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-It's like dressing up.

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-I don't feel like the same person

-when I wear these clothes.

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-Perhaps I have a split personality.

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-I'm comfortable in these clothes...

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-..because I'm comfortable

-in this world, too.

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-It surprises many people.

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-When I go to the horse sale

-at Llanybydder mart...

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-..farmers say,

-"Here comes the knickers man"!

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-I just smile and accept it.

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-If I took it as an insult...

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-..I'd be upset month after month.

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-Why are you so fond of scarves?

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-Why are you so fond of scarves?

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-I don't know why but I love scarves.

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-I buy scarves, wherever I go.

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-I wear black all the time...

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-..but I look for texture and colour

-in a scarf.

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-There's often black in the scarf.

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-I have a Dolce & Gabbana scarf...

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-..which is black on one side

-and red on the other.

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-I often wear the red side out.

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-I either buy something small

-that ties around the neck easily...

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-..or something big.

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-Everyone who knows me

-knows I love shoes.

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-Do you

-spend a lot of money on shoes?

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-Yes. I spend an awful lot of money

-on shoes.

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-I went to Dublin one weekend and

-my friends banned me from shopping.

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-The first night was great.

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-We were out on the second day and

-I still hadn't shopped, come 2.30pm.

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-We were sitting opposite

-the Brown Thomas store...

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-..and I told my friend

-I had to go into the shop.

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-We copied the girls and said

-we were both going to the loo.

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-We pretended to go to the loo but we

-were really heading to Brown Thomas.

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-We ran across the road and made

-a beeline for the Prada section.

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-I bought a pair of shoes

-and we went back to the restaurant.

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-When we were leaving,

-our friends said, "What's that bag?"

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-I bought shoes in 10 minutes!

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-You didn't even try them on?

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-You didn't even try them on?

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-No. I knew they'd fit me.

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-I rarely try on shoes in shops.

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-I know what size my feet are.

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-If I like the look of shoes,

-I buy them.

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-Even if they're uncomfortable,

-I'll wear them.

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-These shoes are uncomfortable

-but I like them, so I wear them.

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-Beauty is pain!

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-Fashion and I came together...

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-..because I suit

-the ever-changing fashion world...

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-..and fashion suits me because I'm

-always looking for something new.

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-I'd be lost, without clothes.

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-Clothes

-are a part of everything I do.

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-If there was no fashion world,

-there would be no Huw Rees.

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-Actress Nia Roberts

-is dotty about vintage clothes...

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-..especially 1950s dresses.

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-She enjoys shopping for clothes

-that have an interesting history.

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-Do you dream about clothes?

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-Do you dream about clothes?

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-Sometimes.

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-I think it's more a case

-of me thinking about clothes.

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-For special occasions,

-I must wear the right thing.

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-I think long and hard

-about what I want to buy...

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-..or about how to accessorise

-something I already own.

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-If I had money,

-I think about what I could buy.

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-I daydream about clothes

-rather than dream about them.

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-We had a dressing-up box in

-the bedroom when I was growing up.

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-My mother had put a lot of her

-1950s clothes in there.

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-My mother would buy things for us

-and we loved to dress up, at home.

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-I think that's where it started.

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-Did you walk around

-in your mother's heels?

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-Yes, and in big dresses.

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-Mam wore hairpieces and wigs,

-in the 1960s.

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-We wore those, too.

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-It was great fun.

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-You're an actress.

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-What's the relationship between a

-character and the clothes she wears?

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-Clothes help you find the character.

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-When we're rehearsing,

-it can help to wear the shoes.

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-If I'm doing a period piece,

-it helps to wear the corset...

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-..simply because

-it changes your posture.

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-Yes, clothes play a vital part

-in unearthing a character.

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-The appeal of acting lies within

-dressing up and being someone else.

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-What's your idea of dressing up?

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-What's your style?

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-I enjoy combining vintage

-and contemporary clothes.

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-I enjoy buying vintage dresses

-because they're steeped in history.

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-That makes them special, in my eyes.

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-Thinking about the past life

-of the clothes I buy fascinates me.

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-Can you describe how you feel when

-you walk into a vintage shop...

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-..and you find something

-taht suits you?

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-I get palpitations.

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-Without a doubt!

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-If I walk into

-a fantastic vintage shop...

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-..I know I'll be there

-for two to three hours...

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-..and I think, "Wow!"

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-My heart starts racing.

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-I won a BAFTA one year

-and I wore this to the ceremony.

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-It didn't have an underskirt...

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-..so Mam found a 1950s skirt

-and attached it to the dress.

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-It's wonderful.

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-You're going to captivate people

-when you wear a red dress.

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-Yes, it felt fab

-to wear a full skirt.

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-You won a BAFTA?

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-Yes, for 'Lois',

-back in the year 2000.

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-The film 'Solomon a Gaenor'

-was nominated for an Oscar in 2000.

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-I wore this dress

-to the Oscars ceremony.

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-I love this dress.

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-The whole Oscars experience was...

-well, it was an experience!

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-I had a stylist and

-several dresses were offered to me.

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-I chose this one, eventually.

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-I love this dress.

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-The jewellery I wore came from

-Asprey & Garrard, of London.

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-I wore something like 40,000 worth

-of diamonds that night.

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-You borrowed them?

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-You borrowed them?

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-Yes, I borrowed them.

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-Mr Asprey also let me borrow

-a Judith Leiber bag...

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-..which was worth around 3,000.

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-I woke up

-on the morning of the Oscars...

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-..and the bag was on the chair,

-at the foot of the bed.

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-I just thought,

-"Oh, no! The bag is horrible."

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-I didn't like it.

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-I called Mr Asprey

-on the mobile phone.

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-I said, "I know it's the morning of

-the Oscars and you're very busy...

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-..but I don't like the bag."

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-He couldn't believe it.

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-He said, "Elizabeth Hurley

-always carries a Judith Leiber."

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-I thought, "Exactly!"

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-Fair play to Mr Asprey,

-he found another bag for me.

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-He found this Jimmy Choo for me.

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-I'm not keen on it now

-but it was perfect, at the time.

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-It's simple

-and it was exactly what I wanted.

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-I don't like lots of bling.

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-Less is more, for me.

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-You travel the world, with your job.

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-Have your clothes

-come from various countries?

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-Yes.

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-I bought this in Amsterdam.

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-It was a different dress -

-it was long.

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-It wasn't very nice

-but I loved the colour.

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-I bought it and it was only

-something like 20 euros.

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-I brought the dress home

-and I took it to the tailor.

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-He changed the dress's shape.

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-I wore this dress

-to the BAFTA ceremony, one year.

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-I love the colour.

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-My sister lives in Patagonia...

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-..and we went to visit her on

-a working holiday a few months ago.

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-I came across this poncho

-in Buenos Aires.

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-My Spanish isn't too hot but I think

-the man said it's a 1950s poncho.

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-It reminds me

-of something I had when I was young.

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-I think

-that's what attracted me to it.

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-Let's take a look at your shoes.

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-There are lots of styles

-from different periods here.

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-Do you have a favourite pair?

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-At the moment, I enjoy wearing

-second-hand, 1980s shoes.

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-They're quite fashionable.

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-I think my favourites

-are the Roland Cartier pair.

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-They're 1980s shoes.

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-This pair.

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-They're so '80s.

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-This pair

-looks extremely second-hand!

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-I found them in Buenos Aires.

-They're old, tango shoes.

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-They look as if they've had a life.

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-They have exciting tales to tell.

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-It's safe to say I like

-tatty-looking shoes at the moment!

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-There's a story behind this red bag.

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-This is my boomerang bag.

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-It's been stolen twice

-but it's come back.

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-I was in a cab in New York.

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-I got out of the cab...

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-..and the driver sped off,

-with this on the back seat.

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-I got it back.

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-The second time,

-my house in London was burgled.

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-It was like a loot bag

-and they threw it in the hedge.

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-I got it back, a second time.

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-This bag doesn't want to leave you.

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-This bag doesn't want to leave you.

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-No. It keeps coming back.

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-I love this scarf.

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-I found this

-in a second-hand shop, in London.

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-It's a 1950s scarf.

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-It's covered in poodles.

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-There must have been a fad where

-everyone had a poodle in the '50s.

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-This scarf is quite twee.

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-I like it

-and I'm fond of the colours.

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-I've spotted some berets.

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-I've spotted some berets.

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-Yes, I'm partial to the odd beret!

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-Would you model it for us?

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-Would you model it for us?

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-OK.

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-This isn't second-hand. It's new.

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-It really suits you.

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-Very French!

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-How do you feel about your clothes?

-Do you love them? Respect them?

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-I think I do respect my clothes.

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-When I wear

-a special dress to go out...

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-..I worry about spilling things

-on it and damaging it.

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-Once I'm out,

-I forget about the dress.

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-Sometimes, I wake up in the morning

-to see a ripped or stained dress...

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-..but you must live in your clothes.

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-I respect them

-when I'm not wearing them...

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-..but when I'm wearing them,

-I live in them.

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-I'd love to step back in time.

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-I can't do that,

-so the next best thing...

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-..is to taste

-some of the romance of the past...

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-..by wearing

-the clothes of the past.

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-S4C subtitles by Eirlys A Jones

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Nia Parry sy'n edrych ar gasgliad o ffrogiau'r actores Nia Roberts. Nia Parry visits actress Nia Roberts and talks to fashion expert Huw Rees about his love of horses! First shown in 2006.