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Frock Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 414 pictures in our Frock 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.

Two types of dresses, 1954 Featured Print

Two types of dresses, 1954

On the left, an 1890-inspired party frock in striped taffeta with the stand-up collar, tight bodice, near-crinoline skirt, and steel-buttoned, three-quarter sleeves characteristic of a decade when fashion reached an all-time height of dash and distinction. By Blanes. Added is a piquant student's collar, artist's bow and figure-flattering vertical stripes. On the right is a dress of featherlight tweed by Frederica, its blouse and skirt air accomplished by means of a built-in belt and softly blousing top. Here, at last, tailoring has become completely feminine - a matter of sculpting to the form rather than following hard, masculine lines.

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Unusually dressed man in Carnaby Street, 1960s Featured Print

Unusually dressed man in Carnaby Street, 1960s

A man dressed in a variety of military and historic vintage items of clothing from a kilt to a velvet frock coat and admiral's hat, amuses a group of sailors and school boys in Carnaby Street, fashionable epicentre of swinging sixties London. It's likely his outfit is from Lord Kitchener's Valet, a boutique specialising in second-hand military uniform and vintage clothes - the booket in which this photograph appeared was produced for the shop. Date: 1966

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Norman Hartnell and dress designs, 1924 Featured Print

Norman Hartnell and dress designs, 1924

Sir Norman Bishop Hartnell (1901 - 1979), British couturier and favourite fashion designer of the Queen and Queen Mother. Pictured at the very start of his career in 1924 when he had just launched his salon at 10, Bruton Street. His portrait is flanked by two elegant black evening gowns he had designed that year. Date: 1924

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans