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Jeeves Goes To Downton Abbey

Jeeves received a call a few weeks ago to assist with the cleaning of the costumes for Downton Abbey; The Exhibition. As the costumes are one-of-a-kind, irreplaceable, and in some cases antique, Jeeves set up a workroom at the exhibit space to clean each item by hand. For over five days, Managing Director, Jerry Pozniak, cared for, and hand cleaned, 46 costumes for the exhibit. From Lady Edith's second wedding dress, which was constructed of 100 year old lace to Lord Grantham's Hunting regalia,...

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Jeeves in Shanghai, Backstage Victoria's Secret Fashion Show 2017

The Jeeves New York team was honored to be invited back to the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show (VSFS) for the seventh year running, to take care of the gorgeous fashions backstage for VSFS 2017. This time, setting up our workroom backstage was a bit more involved than setting up in our backyard in NYC. VSFS 2017 took place live in Shanghai, on November 20th, 2017, and the Jeeves team departed New York on the prior Thursday. After, a relatively simple direct fifteen hour flight, we arrived in S...

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A Backstage Pass to the 2016 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show

This year, the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show was bigger and better than ever! As the chief marketing officer and executive of the fashion show, Ed Razek, told the Los Angeles Times, “It doesn’t get any bigger than this in the fashion world. Paris is the home of fashion. It’s the home of lingerie and it’s the home of fashion shows.” And we’d most certainly have to agree! How can you beat Paris and the Grand Palais? The smell of hairspray and cleaning ...

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Jeeves Goes To Downton Abbey

Jeeves received a call a few weeks ago to assist with the cleaning of the costumes for Downton Abbey; The Exhibition. As the costumes are one-of-a-kind, irreplaceable, and in some cases antique, Jeeves set up a workroom at the exhibit space to clean each item by hand. For over five days, Managing Director, Jerry Pozniak, cared for, and hand cleaned, 46 costumes for the exhibit.

From Lady Edith's second wedding dress, which was constructed of 100 year old lace to Lord Grantham's Hunting regalia, every costume currently on view at the exhibition was cleaned by Jeeves New York. Some costumes just need a light touch up of oxidized stains while others needed a more through cleaning.

Anna Mary Robbins, the costume designer for the final seasons of Downton Abbey was in from London to supervise the installation of the costumes for the exhibit. Ms. Robbins was exceptionally pleased with the results achived by Jeeves. The exhibit is on view until April 2018. 

 

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