How tweed became a symbol of Scottish culture

In Scotland’s hills and islands, textile traditions touch on sustainability and local pride while making a mark in high fashion.

In this 1955 photo, a weaver in the Outer Hebrides is shown producing Harris Tweed on a foot-pedal loom. The centuries-old textile tradition carries on in these remote islands off the west coast of Scotland.

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