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Thanks to The Guardian UK, anyone with basic sewing machine skills can make a Matthew Williamson caftan. Sometimes, the most adept DIY sewers look at a simple designer garment and say "I could do that." But now it's actually true, and for almost anyone with a machine. The series also includes instructions for an Agent Provocateur bra, Paul Smith shirt, Vivienne Westwood dress and Stephen Jones hat. [Grazia]