Uniform has long been at the heart of the British Army, creating and inspiring a sense of identity and camaraderie in those who wear it.
From striking redcoats to khaki camouflage, uniforms have been an important way of distinguishing between rank, regiment and role. For centuries, they have helped to preserve time-honoured traditions while also adapting to new challenges.
On this guided gallery tour, Edward Richards will chart the history of British Army uniforms, highlighting some of the stories they tell about the soldiers who served in them.
Edward Richards has been delivering BSL tours in museums and galleries since 2002, including Tate Modern and the Design Museum.