By  on April 14, 2014

NEW YORK — The dyeing process and methods used to create Harris Tweed are so complex, “there’s almost a Harry Potter element” about it, said Mark Hogarth, creative director for Harris Tweed Hebrides, the world’s leading producer of the famed fabric.


“Every single meter of Harris Tweed has been checked and stamped for approval by the Harris Tweed Authority,” he said at a Glasgow Caledonian University town hall event here Tuesday night. And the agency is methodical about confirming the quality and authenticity of every piece.

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