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Crepe Gallery

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Choose from 207 pictures in our Crepe collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Three daytime outfits by Drecoll, Poiret and Jenny Featured Print

Three daytime outfits by Drecoll, Poiret and Jenny

Three women in the latest day wear. On the left, a black scoop neck dress with large red rose to the side, by Drecoll. In the middle, a white, red and black print dress and black coat, by Paul Poiret. On the right, a blue sleeveless visitor's dress in crepe de chine and muslin, by Jenny.
1924

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Stylish women wearing different headgear from Edelle Featured Print

Stylish women wearing different headgear from Edelle

Five stylish women wearing the following outfits from Edelle, 30, New Bond Street: hat and scarf to match of crepe de chine embroidered in cardinal red (left top), embroidered crepe de chine hat (left bottom), taffeta appliqued with flowers and leaves and beads (center), hat of fine straw embroidered with Mah Jongg symbols on a wide ribbon encircling the crown (right bottom) and hat with white chine beads - a medallion in front with chintz flowers decoration (right top) Date: 1924

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Printed Fortnum & Mason dresses for the Riviera casinos Featured Print

Printed Fortnum & Mason dresses for the Riviera casinos

Elegant evening dresses in print crepe-de-chine, among the styles seen in the casinos of Southern France according to The Sketch magazine in which this photograph was featured. On the left, is a dress boldly patterned in coral and gold on a white background. The back is cut up in a point and there is a double sash. Duster-check silk hopsack in pink and green on white makes the second dress which is completely backless but has a matching cape with amusing pleated tabs which stress the shoulder line. Both from Fortnum and Mason. Date: 1933

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans