The design team worked for four weeks on the costume for an old racing veteran, a horse named Morstead
This is the world’s first and so far only full-fledged tweed three-piece suit, sewn and tailored specifically to the horse’s figure. This textile masterpiece was designed and sewn by Alexander McQueen, an English fashion designer known for his provocative shows.
It took more than 18 meters of tweed to sew the three, which is about 10 times more than it takes to make a suit for the average person.
Morstead in a three-piece suit and champion race jockey Sir Tony McCoy.
They both look great, don’t they?