Doctor Who Season 18 Burgundy Scarf Available Soon in New Shorter Size October 11, 2018 23:38 - Philip Bates
Following the sell-out success of Fourth Doctor Season 18 Burgundy Scarf, you will soon be able to order this iconic look in a shorter, more manageable size.
In 2013, we released a 12ft Season 18 Scarf – and it quickly became a fan favourite. Due to popular demand, we have made a new shorter version which is 195 cm long. That's around half the length of the previous one, meaning you can wrap up warm without dragging the tassels on the floor/ swamps of Alzarius (as Tom Baker did).
When we released a shorter version of our original Tom Baker Season 12 Scarf, we were overwhelmed by the response, especially at the Doctor Who Festival. Our full-sized scarves are great for conventions, but we know they can be unwieldy in everyday life. That's why we've made this shorter version of the Burgundy Scarf, perfect for fans to show off their credentials wherever they are.
The Fourth Doctor returned to television screens in 1980 with a new look which was fresh and bold, but still paid homage to the past. Designed by June Hudson, this darker outfit was made at the behest of incoming producer, John Nathan-Turner, and debuted in The Leisure Hive.
Baker wore this throughout his swansong season, as the Doctor faced a spiky duplicate in Meglos; explored E-Space in Full Circle, State of Decay, and Warrior's Gate; met The Keeper of Traken; and took a final fall in Logopolis.
The Fourth Doctor Season 18 Burgundy (Shorter) Scarf is made from high-quality lightweight Acrylic Chenille, staying true to the original. It also comes in a specially-designed carry-case, ideal for storage, so it's great for cosplayers and collectors.
The Fourth Doctor Season 18 Burgundy (Shorter) Scarf will be available to buy from 19th October 2018, priced £24.99, from Lovarzi.co.uk and Amazon.
Members of our exclusive Doctor Who Fan Club can take advantage of a 15% discount on the Burgundy (Shorter) Scarf - and further discounts whenever new Doctor Who items are added to the range!
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Doctor Who Merchandise: We Love the Official Cookbook November 16, 2017 23:33 - Philip Bates
Tired of snacking on Jelly Babies? Can't stomach another visit to the Kandy Kitchen? Fed up of Jammie Dodgers? Doctor Who: The Official Cookbook is the perfect book for you.
Written by Joanna Farrow (200 Cupcakes; Dress Your Gingerbread), this hardback from BBC Books contains recipes for 40 Doctor Who-inspired treats, including Ood Head Bread, Kookie K9, and – sure to be fattening but delicious – Adipose Pavlova!
Or you can wrap yourself up in our Pandorica Opens Scarf and tuck into some fish fingers and custard…
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Lovarzi's Fourth Doctor Scarf in Have I Got News For You? Trailer November 02, 2016 22:52 - Philip Bates
In the run-up to Doctor Who's 50th anniversary celebrations in 2013, we loved this trailer for the 46th series of Have I Got News For You?, BBC1's hit panel show. Team captains, Ian Hislop and Paul Merton certainly demonstrated their great sense of style with our original, best-selling Fourth Doctor Scarf!
Have I Got News For You? has a long history of hilarious panellists and guest presenters, but our favourites are undoubtedly Tom Baker (in 1998 and 2008) and David Tennant, who acted as host in 2015 and earlier this year.
Did You Spot June Hudson in Doctor Who Spin-Off, Class? November 02, 2016 22:28 - Philip Bates
We were in for a treat when watching the first episode of Doctor Who spin-off, Class, which featured a great little cameo – and no, we're not talking about Peter Capaldi as the Twelfth Doctor!
Chased by shadows in For Tonight We Might Die, Tanya (Vivian Oparah) hides in a shop. There, we meet Mrs. Linderhof, played by June Hudson. You might not recognise her name, but you'll definitely know her work: in the 1970s and 1980s, she was a costume designer on 8 Doctor Who serials starring Tom Baker's Fourth Doctor.
This included redesigning his iconic costume, resulting in the darker outfit the Doctor wore throughout Season 18.
Lovarzi owes her a debt, as our replica Season 18 Burgundy Fourth Doctor Scarf remains hugely popular with fandom. Although June's last credit on the show was Logopolis (1981), she also had a hand in Peter Davison's outfit, which eventually resulted in the Fifth Doctor's Jumper.
Written by Patrick Ness, Class airs on the online-only channel, BBC Three every Saturday, with episodes available to watch on iPlayer.
Are you enjoying Class? Did you spot June Hudson? Which further easter eggs did you particularly like?
Sneak Peek: Doctor Who Scarves, Tie and Hanky Coming This Fortnight! September 28, 2015 22:13 - Philip Bates
We're very pleased to share with you detailed images of the four Doctor Who products to be released in the next fortnight.
Based on the painting by Vincent van Gogh in the two-part Series 5 finale, The Pandorica Opens is a stunning design that we instantly fell in love with - and that's why we decided to display it in all its glory on a 100% Pure Silk Scarf! We're sure you'll agree that it's eye-catching, memorable, and recognisably Who!
It comes in a presentation box adorned with Doctor Who and BBC logos, and is priced £29.99 and with free UK delivery.
We may be embracing the Eleventh Doctor era, but we can't forget both the show's history, and our own past, which is why we're releasing a Shorter Fourth Doctor Scarf (£24.99). It's the same colours in the same pattern, just in a more manageable size. The look is as synonymous with Doctor Who as the TARDIS, the Daleks, and K9, so you can display your allegiance with pride wherever you go.
And because it's still made of 100% premium-quality Acrylic, it'll keep you nice and toasty during the Winter while you wander around the shops, or watch the Doctor's latest adventures in time and space. (Don't forget to check out our Doctor Who blog for regular previews and reviews of Series 9!)
Mind you, a scarf might look cumbersome in the office, no matter its length. So why not check out the Fourth Doctor Knitted Tie (£24.99)? It's exclusively-designed by Lovarzi, and made in Italy from 50% Wool and 50% Acrylic.
If you're a fan of Tom Baker's incarnation of the Time Lord, this tie is a perfect companion to a snazzy shirt or snappy suit.
Finally, you asked for it, so we made it: the Seventh Doctor Hanky (£24.99) is made with collectors and cosplayers in mind.
Anyone modelling their look on Sylvester McCoy's Doctor needs a special something to finish off the unique style - and this is it! In 1987, the BBC purchased around 20 red hankies to tie around the Seventh Doctor's hat, its design intricate and beautiful. Frankly, the Doctor would look odd without it!
Our screen-accurate hanky is digitally-printed in Italy, so we can get that accurate detail, emblazoned on 100% Pure Cotton.