Top left to bottom right (the order may be different on smaller screens):
- Gabby Logan having her custom made gown fitted before she was installed as the first Chancellor of Leeds Trinity University.
- A collection of graduates' designs recreated in Hainsworth cloth as part of a Leeds Fashion Works and Yorkshire Textiles project with Huddersfield University. The graduate designers were Bethany Winrow, Lisa Tibbs, Michelle Nash, Chloe Savage, Nicole Goodwin and Kate Duckworth.
- "Herringbone". A limestone sculpture inspired by local cloth, created for a Yorkshire Textiles exhibition by renowned stone carver and sculptor, Peter Maris.
- Shirt drawers lined with cloth from Yorkshire mills at Harvey Nichols Leeds. Part of a Yorkshire Textiles exhibition at Harvey Nichols.
- "Colourful Cloth". From the Sunny Bank Mill archive at Farsley, Leeds.
- Iconic Hainsworth scarlet Queen's Guard military jacket on display at Harvey Nichols Leeds. Hainsworth is renowned for fine woollen textiles, including its Melton's, doeskin and barathea, and supplies cloth for many international luxury fashion brands and costumes for the film industry. Hainsworth's cutting edge, technical textiles expertise allows it to produce specialist industrial fabrics, such as those found in performance-quality Steinway pianos.
- "The Hainsworth Coat". Worn by Honeysuckle Weeks. This photograph was taken following a Yorkshire Textiles venture between Hainsworth and leading Leeds couturiere, Anita Massarella.
- Spinning mule. Supported by Hainsworth. Part of the permanent exhibition of Yorkshire textiles at Armley Mills Leeds Industrial Museum.
- "Perfect pinstripe".
- A piece from textile designer Susan Gaunt's textile archive at Sunnybank Mill.
- "English Eccentrics". Devore velvet dress. Part of the "Behind the Seams" permanent exhibition owned by Leeds Fashion Works, celebrating the skills of the UK fashion industry, based at Leeds Industrial Museum.
- Yorkshire's unique water has been an essential element in its production of beautiful, comfortable and practical cloth throughout the centuries.
- Sunnybank Mill Farsley, Leeds.
- Kate Duckworth, fashion graduate, with the Hainsworth doeskin skirt and black leather military inspired jacket she designed during a collaboration between Leeds Fashion Works / Yorkshire Textiles, local manufacturers and Huddersfield University.
- Yorkshire Textiles delivers colourful cloth to local charities.
- "The Pod Unzipped". Interactive educational exhibition for the garment manufacturing process. This is part of Leeds Fashion Works permanent exhibition at Armley Mills.
- "The Art of Tailoring".