A new exhibition of dresses by Her Majesty the Queen's designers Hartnell and Amies has come to Carlisle, showcasing fashion pieces from the 1920s to the 1990s.
It is the first time the collection has been seen outside London.
It includes dresses worn by Barbara Cartland and Queen Mary.
Work by fashion students at the School of Textile and design will go on display this week.
The exhibition at the Galashiels based Heriot-Watt campus will be showcased until Friday 31st May.
Students have worked with companies including the Scottish Cashmere Club and Marks & Spencer.
Fashion students in the Scottish Borders have won the chance to have their work displayed by a world renowned knitwear company.
The students have won a highly sought after internship at Hawick based Peter Scott.
As well as gaining some invaluable experience, their designs have also been made into knitwear.
Watch the full report from Jenny Longden below.
Four students from Heriot Watt University have won internships with the world renowned knitwear manufacturer Peter Scott.
Chanel say they are now committed to investing in the business and expanding it's client base.
Just a few weeks ago a hundred and seventy six jobs at Barrie knitwear hung in the balance. Owners Dawson International had just been placed into administration. Hawick looked set to lose one of it's biggest employers unless a new buyer could be found.
In stepped one of the world's most famous designers and one of fashion's most iconic brands. On the 4th December Barrie design's formed part of Karl Lagerfeld's latest collection: