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  • Oscar Kennedy as young Nigel Slater wearing a tan and brown sweater in the 2010 film "Toast."
    • BBC Films

    Toast

    2010

    Costume seen on Oscar Kennedy as young Nigel Slater

  • Tom Stoughton as young Sherlock Holmes wearing a tan and brown sweater in the episode "The Final Problem" of the 2017 series "Sherlock."
    • BBC Wales

    Sherlock: The Final Problem

    2017

    Costume seen on Tom Stoughton as young Sherlock Holmes

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About the Costume

Sarah Arthur was the costume designer for the BBC television film Toast in 2010, where she utilized this sweater (or jumper, depending on your location) for Oscar Kennedy’s portrayal of young Nigel Slater. 

Sarah also designed the costumes for the BBC’s television series Sherlock, where she used the same piece for Tom Stoughton’s portrayal of a young Sherlock Holmes in the 2017 fourth season episode entitled The Final Problem. 

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About the Costume

Sarah Arthur was the costume designer for the BBC television film Toast in 2010, where she utilized this sweater (or jumper, depending on your location) for Oscar Kennedy’s portrayal of young Nigel Slater. 

Sarah also designed the costumes for the BBC’s television series Sherlock, where she used the same piece for Tom Stoughton’s portrayal of a young Sherlock Holmes in the 2017 fourth season episode entitled The Final Problem. 

Sarah Arthur was the costume designer for the BBC television film Toast in 2010, where she utilized this sweater (or jumper, depending on your location) for Oscar Kennedy’s portrayal of young Nigel Slater. 

Sarah also designed the costumes for the BBC’s television series Sherlock, where she used the same piece for Tom Stoughton’s portrayal of a young Sherlock Holmes in the 2017 fourth season episode entitled The Final Problem. 

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  • Sarah Arthur

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