Sunday, 21 December 2014

Clerical Design

Our resident Model poses in this years, recently released, Clerical Soutane, perhaps better know as a Cassock.

It is anticipated that this design will prove popular, especially with the younger section of  the clerical community.

For those not involved with Cassock design it is interesting to note that each garment, irrespective of size, has 33 buttons representing the life span of Jesus Christ.

A white paper discussed at Synod to substitute these buttons with a hidden Zip or'Velcro" was heavily defeated since it would remove what is considered an essential meditation period whist dressing. It can take up to 15 minutes to fully 'button-up' depending on degree of initial un-buttoning and advancement of arthritis of the wearer.

Why not accessorise your new Soutane with the latest creation by the famous Italian Millener, Hati Changi.

The design is based on the CAPPELLO RAMANO, an often worn hat in Roman Clerical circles