How many times have we heard the phrase “A horse in a coat”, and so far this was nothing more than a funny joke. And now, finally, the hero of the joke became real! True, the coat had to be replaced with a three-piece suit, but you must agree, in this case it’s details … 😀
A team of designers worked for four weeks to tailor the costume for an old horse racing veteran, the horse of Morstid
This is the first and for the time being the only full-fledged tweed suit-three, sewn and fitted specially for the shape of a horse. This textile masterpiece was designed and sewn by Alexander McQueen – an English fashion designer known for his provocative displays.
The tailoring of the troika took more than 18 meters of the tweed, which is about 10 times more than it goes for the average man’s suit
Morstid in a three-piece suit and race champion, jockey Sir Tony McCoy
They look both gorgeous, do not they?