The images, which were styled by Brad Goreski, feature the model Connie Fleming in a tweed suit and a string of pearls.
He was casual (chinos and a tweed jacket, I think), and clearly determined to finish the book.
Or a horse and carriage, like the one driven a young man in a tweed suit and cap from yesteryear, as he gazed up at the stars.
That meant liquid embroidered metallics, satin lace-up skirts – and even a tweed bikini.
Lum is a fresh-faced recent graduate of Loyola Marymount, with dreadlocks and a tweed jacket.
For a few minutes Captain Glew paused, waiting for Mr. tweed, who had disappeared.
He could feel her cheek rubbing against his coat of Harris tweed.
Yon river is called p. 44the tweed; and yonder, over the brig, is Scotland.
They could scarcely cross the ford of tweed, the horses were so tired.
She weighed 31 1/2 lb., and was the largest baggit which either Sligh or Guthrie could remember being caught in the tweed.
1847 (perhaps as early as 1831), a trade name said to have developed from a misreading (supposedly by London hatter James Locke) of tweel, Scottish variant of twill, possibly influenced by the river Tweed in Scotland.