Clergy on the Catwalk

Just because they're part of a 2,000-year-old institution, it doesn't mean that clergymen and clergywomen can't be fashionable! In this video clip over at The Telegraph, five vicars strutted their ecclesiastical wear on the catwalk.

A total of 20 items ranging from just £30 to more than £1,000 were modelled, with designs from respected Hayes and Finch and Juliet Hemingray, who created robes for former Archbishop of Canterbury George Carey's enthronement, on show.

[The MC ] added: "This show-stopper has arm sections filled with vertical stripes of appliqued fabrics in gold and white, with a central panel a blend of brocade and metallic silks.
"It also features Swarovski crystals. Tom has always believed that ministers should wear bright colours instead of black, like a lot of members of clergy."

In the immortal words of Right Said Fred "I'm a vicar you know what I mean / And I do my little turn on the catwalk ..." Link

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