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Taith drwy'r degawdau yng nghypyrddau Buddug Jones a golwg yng nghwpwrdd Dewi Foulkes sy'n llawn dillad lliwgar a trainers. Travels through the decades with Buddug Jones and her...


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-In this week's programme, a woman

-with clothes from every decade...

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-..a young,

-ambitious fashion designer...

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-..and a member of a band renowned

-for their spectacular costumes.

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-Welcome to Cwpwrdd Dillad.

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-They belong to me...

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-..and I feel my children

-will cherish them...

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-..especially my daughters.

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-They love wearing the clothes I used

-to wear in the '50s, '60s and '70s.

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-I think the '60s

-was one of my happiest decades...

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-..the time when Mary Quant

-was designing clothes.

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-She started in 1966.

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-Mary Quant

-introduced the trendy look.

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-You had to have a skirt

-which was six or seven inches...

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-..above the knee line.

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-You were more than happy

-to wear them right to the top.

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-You lived in London for a while.

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-You loved being surrounded by shops.

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-Oh, Nia. They were fantastic.

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-I worked in London for five years...

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-..in a bank at Draper's Gardens.

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-It had the tallest building

-in London at the time...

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-..before Canary Wharf was developed.

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-It was quite a happy time.

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-I would visit Oxford Street

-and Knightsbridge.

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-Oh, well...

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-The clothes I saw there.

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-It was brilliant.

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-You've kept clothes

-from every decade of your life.

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-Yes, Nia.

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-I love clothes. You have no idea.

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-I have one piece of clothing here...

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-..made out of blue velvet.

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-It's lined with silk

-and it was handmade...

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-..as you can see.

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-Can you see these little eyelets?

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-The coat was all made by hand.

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-Where and when did you acquire it?

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-We think this was made in the 1890s.

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-I had an aunt

-who once lived on Bardsey Island.

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-She married a minister.

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-When they lived there, we think

-she owned this coat at that time.

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-To be honest, I love it.

-It's lovely, isn't it?

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-You like keeping clothes -

-you're very sentimental.

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-It belongs to me.

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-At one time, we moved house.

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-Unfortunately, Mam gave some clothes

-to Oxfam and other charity shops.

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-I felt sad that we hadn't

-kept some of the clothes...

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-..especially the clothes

-from the '50s.

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-As a result, I don't have

-any clothes from the '50s.

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-This one dates back from

-before the '50s.

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-Yes, my aunt game me this dress.

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-It's made of silk

-and it's very beautiful.

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-It comes from the 1940s.

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-My aunt loved wearing this

-up until the '60s.

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-When she asked me if I wanted it...

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-..oh, it was as if

-she'd offered me a million pounds.

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-Can you remember her wearing it?

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-Can you remember her wearing it?

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-Yes, I remember her wearing it.

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-Have you worn it?

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-Have you worn it?

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-No. No, no.

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-It's very special.

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-Have you worn these hot pants?

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-Yes, Nia, I have worn them!

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-Unfortunately,

-I don't wear them any more.

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-They're a size 8.

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-They look very small.

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-I know. They would have been worn

-in the early '70s.

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-They're very colourful...

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-..but I'm glad to say

-my daughter can fit into them.

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-I'd say this was from the '70s too.

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-Yes, that's from the '70s.

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-I lived in London for a while.

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-My cousin was getting married and

-she wanted me to attend the wedding.

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-I came up all the way from London.

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-I'd had my hair done

-by Vidal Sassoon.

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-I had a mirror in front of me,

-a mirror behind me...

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-..and mirrors either side of me.

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-My hair was cut so short,

-you wouldn't believe it...

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-..half an inch all the way around,

-by Vidal Sassoon.

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-My sister-in-law made this dress.

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-When I came up for the wedding...

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-..I was the only one

-wearing a long dress.

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-Everyone was bound to notice.

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-I'd just split up with my husband

-at that time.

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-D'you know what, Nia? When he saw

-the dress, he wanted me back.

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-It worked a treat. Well done.

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-I made this dress -

-this yellow dress and jacket.

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-I made it for my sister-in-law

-and brother-in-law's wedding...

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-..my husband's brother.

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-I remember making the hat.

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-You made the hat?

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-I made the hat.

-I finished making the hat at 3.00am.

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-I had to complete the stitching.

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-How about this smart suit?

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-Well, a Sunday school festival.

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-We had to buy new clothes

-for the Sunday school festival.

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-This is a Jaeger.

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-I think, if I remember correctly...

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-..I paid 22 for it.

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-If you paid for this today...

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-..it would cost

-between 400 and 500.

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-It's been made out of wool.

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-Tell me more about this white dress.

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-That's a very special dress.

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-I bought it in London in 1974.

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-We were attending a ball.

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-It was a very special time.

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-I've only worn it about six times.

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-My children think it's very special.

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-Can you see the petticoat

-underneath it?

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-I wore this petticoat

-on my wedding day.

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-My sister-in-law

-embroidered this message on it.

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-Fair play to her.

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-Does one era stand out for you

-as the happiest of your life?

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-Yes, the Mary Quant era.

-That was the best era.

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-We had so much fun.

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-Is that why you've kept

-so many clothes from the '60s?

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-I have great memories...

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-..especially when I see someone

-wearing the clothes.

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-Especially your daughters.

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-Especially your daughters.

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-Yes.

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-And their daughters one day.

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-And their daughters one day.

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-I hope so. I hope so.

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-I intend to get

-as much experience as I can...

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-..working for all the big names

-in London...

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-..or even in Paris or Milan.

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-After a few years of experience...

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-..I'll be ready

-to set up my own label...

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-..or develop a project

-where I'm designing for myself.

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-Tell me more

-about your college course.

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-I attended Coleg Menai. I studied

-Fine Art, Sculpture and Textiles.

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-There, they told me

-I had a talent for fashion...

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-..and that I should study fashion

-in London.

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-I applied to study at Westminster

-and they gave me a place.

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-That's where I started

-my degree course.

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-You've just graduated.

-Tell me about the degree project.

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-I took a lot of inspiration

-from sculptures.

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-The different shapes,

-and how shapes fill a space.

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-That's how I came up with the idea

-for the degree project.

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-The coat and trousers you're wearing

-look like a sculpture.

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-They've been tailored well.

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-Tailoring is very important to me.

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-The cut of the cloth

-can change a person's shape.

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-That's an important aspect

-of sculpturing.

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-A lot of people say that there's

-a fine line between art and fashion.

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-Many things cross over.

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-Many things cross over.

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-It's a well-debated topic.

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-A lot of people say

-that fashion is commercial...

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-..but when you reach

-the couture level...

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-..in places

-where I've worked in the past...

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-..there's a fine line between

-art and something you wear.

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-What did you do after graduating?

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-Someone from Giles Deacon spotted me

-in the Graduate Fashion Week.

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-They asked me to join them

-for their Spring/Summer Show.

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-I had a good relationship

-with Giles.

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-After the show,

-things quietened down with Giles...

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-..so I went to work elsewhere.

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-I've just finished

-Giles's Autumn/Winter Show.

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-Your wardrobe is spread

-across the flat.

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-Tell me more about these clothes.

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-These were part of my first project

-in my third year at university.

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-They were inspired by tailoring,

-life in Harrow-on-the-Hill...

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-..and the eccentricities

-of the upper class.

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-I made this jacket.

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-By hand?

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-By hand?

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-Yes.

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-I made this one.

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-I looked at tailoring

-in Savile Row...

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-..and the different techniques

-they used.

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-The shape and form of the lapels

-were very important in Savile Row.

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-I added a welt pocket

-to the lapel...

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-..to show how it falls

-in the right place.

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-I just played around

-with the details.

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-That's the inside of the pocket.

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-The pocket bag is exposed, yes.

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-There's a lot of detail - it looks

-like a lot of hard work to me.

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-I like paying

-a lot of attention to detail...

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-..and putting in the time

-to get things right.

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-I had this idea

-after seeing a man's tuxedo shirt.

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-I developed it to make a dress and

-carried it through the collection.

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-Did you make these two?

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-Yes.

-I made these for the graduate show.

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-I started using

-more expensive material.

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-I used print and silver foil.

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-With the jacket, I used netting

-to create volume on the back.

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-Did you buy the material

-before starting...

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-..or did you add this effect?

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-I bought the fabric from

-a couture fabric shop in London.

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-I bought some linen from Ireland

-and printed on the linen...

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-..using puff binder

-and foil adhesive.

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-I added the foil to the binder...

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-..to create the same effect

-as the fabric couture.

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-You did all that by hand.

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-You did all that by hand.

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-Yes.

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-You didn't make these, did you?

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-No, these are vintage clothes.

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-I've either borrowed them or found

-them in vintage shops in London.

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-The dress comes from the '80s.

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-It's a Dallas number

-which is good for wearing out.

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-I usually wear it with a fur coat.

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-The fox fur coat

-comes from the '50s.

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-It keeps me really warm.

-I wear it through the winter.

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-This is a very expensive jacket

-from the '50s, from Hong Kong.

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-A boyfriend's grandmother

-gave it to me. It's tailor-made.

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-The fabric is amazing. It's nice

-to wear something like this to work.

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-It's a topic of conversation.

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-People say it's unique

-and ask me where it came from.

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-If you're working

-in a designer's studio...

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-..are you under pressure

-to look stunning every day?

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-Your appearance is important

-if you work in the fashion world.

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-But you don't have to look amazing.

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-You just have to wear

-some interesting clothing.

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-You have two pieces where the top

-and bottom are in the same pattern.

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-They're handy.

-This comes from Laura Ashley.

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-I wear the dress

-with a leather jacket.

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-The jacket goes really cool

-with skinny black jeans...

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-..and trendy shoes

-just to give it a lift.

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-The other suit comes with a skirt.

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-It's from Bus Stop, from the '80s.

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-It's very handy to wear to work.

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-I can wear the skirt with a top

-and the jacket with jeans.

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-Do these clothes mean a lot to you?

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-Are you going to keep them forever?

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-Are you going to keep them forever?

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-Definitely.

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-There's something historically nice

-about vintage clothing.

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-There's a lot of history

-behind them.

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-It's better than wearing

-high street clothes.

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-If you can't afford

-designer clothes...

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-..it's a great way

-to own a unique piece.

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-Since moving to Cardiff,

-I've met so many new people.

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-I've noticed how the style of a

-big city is very different to home.

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-I wouldn't wear trainers

-on a night out in Caernarfon.

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-I have to wear chapel shoes,

-as I call them.

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-I play bass guitar

-for Derwyddon Dr Gonzo.

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-We're an eccentric band

-from the mountains of north Wales.

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-You wear some eccentric clothes.

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-We have a reputation for wearing

-clothes worn by '70s funk bands.

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-They're our greatest influence.

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-What kind of bands?

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-What kind of bands?

-

-Kool and the Gang, the Jackson 5...

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-..Average White Band - they

-all performed before I was born.

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-We were playing a gig in Suffolk -

-the Latitude Festival.

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-Cai had this idea

-to rent our clothes from Barcud.

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-We all had an outfit to wear

-over the summer.

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-We're renowned for dressing up.

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-What did you wear?

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-I was Huggy Bear

-from Starsky & Hutch.

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-A gold suit and shades.

-I felt really cool.

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-You must have looked really cool.

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-As a band, what are the most lunatic

-outfits you've worn on stage?

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-We performed in Clwb Ifor Bach

-just before Christmas...

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-..and we bought nine pairs

-of white Y-fronts...

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-..and sprayed ourselves gold.

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-You were only wearing Y-fronts?

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-Weren't you cold?

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-Weren't you cold?

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-No, it was hot in here.

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-The gold paint was dripping off us.

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-You've also worn all-in-one suits.

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-They were contamination suits.

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-When I joined the band,

-that's the first thing I wore.

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-The Super Furries wore

-something similar in Sesiwn Fawr.

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-How about your personal clothes?

-What do you like wearing?

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-I like shoes, to be honest.

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-Have you got more shoes than me?

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-How many pairs do you have?

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-I have around 18 pairs.

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-That's not far off.

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-What kind of shoes do you like?

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-High tops and Velcro -

-'80s footwear.

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-Marty McFly,

-Back To The Future shoes.

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-Nike, Adidas.

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-What do you mean by high-tops?

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-Half-boot is another term

-for high-tops.

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-The trainer finishes there.

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-The type basketball players

-used to wear...

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-..to protect their ankles.

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-The stuff Nike manufactures

-is so different to everything else.

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-It's so wacky -

-the wide tongues in the trainers.

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-You wear them outside your jeans.

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-Do you buy something just

-because the brand sign is on it?

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-Very much so.

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-When I'm shopping,

-I look for the brand.

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-If I'm buying trainers,

-I always choose Nike first.

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-Why do you like Nike so much?

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-The type of music I listen to

-is '80s hip hop.

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-They all wore Nike,

-Adidas or Puma high-tops.

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-I like that look

-so I try to emulate it.

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-You like the '80s look

-even though you weren't born...

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-..until the end of the '80s.

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-The stars of the pop world now...

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-..they don't have the same style as

-the old bands such as Stetsasonic.

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-Today's style is not the same.

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-I'm trying to revive the '80s.

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-Clothes and music are linked.

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-You're a first-year

-university student.

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-Have you spent

-all your student loan on clothes?

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-During the first term,

-I bought four pairs of trainers.

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-Then Dad rang me up. I had to stop.

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-I spent money on trainers

-rather than food.

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-I lived on Super Noodles.

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-It's better to look good than eat.

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-That's the tag line for this series!

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-"It's better to look good than eat."

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-Aye.

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Taith drwy'r degawdau yng nghypyrddau Buddug Jones a golwg yng nghwpwrdd Dewi Foulkes sy'n llawn dillad lliwgar a trainers. Travels through the decades with Buddug Jones and her clothes.


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