The owner of the oldest surviving Harris Tweed mill has ensured that the company's fortunes will remain in the Western Isles after relinquishing the reins.
It has already proved a winner with a dedicated group of celebrity fans.
It has many celebrity followers, but now Harris Tweed has proved it really is in a class of its own.
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Talks have taken place over the future of one of Scotland’s three Harris Tweed mills.
A unique collaboration between Harris Tweed Hebrides and Pakistan’s leading fashion designer has created a stunning couture collection.
A retired engineer has earned the right to weave his own Harris Tweed after undertaking a “labour of love” to restore two vintage looms to their former glory.
It is famed the world over, even featuring on a famous pair of Nike trainers, but now a comprehensive and detailed history of Harris Tweed has been compiled by the local authority, Comhairle nan Eilean Siar.
The Western Isles has become the first place in Britain - and only the second in Europe - to receive a prestigious craft status for its Harris Tweed industry.
Islanders donned their finest Harris Tweed outfits for a novel cycle ride around Stornoway at the weekend in what is fast becoming a popular annual event.
It is the company which took Harris Tweed from rags to riches.
It’s that time of the year – the sales are in full swing and there’s plenty of bargains to be had.
Word association can be a dangerous game.
Harris Tweed Hebrides (HTH) chairman Brian Wilson insisted yesterday the business remained strong despite management expectations of a possible fall in net profits this year.
It has plenty of celebrity followers, but now Harris Tweed has a new unlikely ambassador.
A former Harris Tweed weaver - who is unable to work because of an injury - is still having to pay water charges for his empty premises.
Around 30 Harris Tweed jobs in the Western Isles have been saved at a closure-threatened mill after a weaver's daughter secured a takeover deal.
One of only three Harris Tweed mills in Scotland is expected to be sold this month, sparking upbeat hopes of saving jobs and a revival for the business.
The body which protects Harris Tweed from fakes is to appoint an "ambassador" in Japan to crack down on forgeries.
It was originally worn by island crofters to keep out the weather - but has in recent years graduated to the catwalks of Paris and Milan.
Western Isles company Harris Tweed Hebrides has come out in favour of the campaign to keep the UK in the European Union.
A fashion designer has given new meaning to the term clothes horse - by creating a three-piece suit fit for a stallion.
A financially-troubled Harris Tweed mill on Lewis has failed to receive a rescue package.
One of the only three Harris Tweed mills in the Outer Hebrides is in a last ditch bid to find a buyer to stop it going into voluntary administration next week.
The Harris Tweed Authority which safeguards the integrity of the Harris Tweed name has successfully sued an American company that used the famous name to try and sell chairs.
Three new Harris Tweed jobs are to be created in the Western Isles after a community windfarm trust takes the unprecedented step of buying looms to lend to aspiring weavers.
A former Harris hotelier said he was "astonished" after being made a MBE for more than half a century's work in the community.