Philip Treacy Selects

Philip Treacy Selects

Philip Treacy selects his top four events

Wedgwood at the V&A

I am a craftsman myself so to have an opportunity to experience others time, care and excellence is a very exciting prospect. Wedgwood is one of the great British brands in ceramics so to see the process first hand will be fascinating.

Saddlery with the King’s Troop

I love horses and riding so to see a military saddle being made is a rare and unusual prospect.

Making behind the Royal Opera House – Lighting

Lighting is so important, I use it for my shows and there are no greater shows than those staged at the Royal Opera House.

Wang Dongling at the British Museum

I love calligraphy and to see Wang Dongling, a master of his craft at work…. need I say more? It’s a truly wonderful week to celebrate and showcase craftsmen and women from around the world.

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