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Choose from 351 pictures in our Garments 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.


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Advert for Courtaulds Rayons 1936

'The miracle of Rayons'. Rayon is what you used to call artifical silk. Its name was changed because it isn't silk and it isn't artificial. It is beautiful thread. . . a miracle of science, manufacturing marvel. And, far from that being an imitation of anything, rayon has set a new standard of quality in luxury wear, a new standard of duraability, and an altogether new standard of value.
1936

© Mary Evans Picture Library

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Frocks and thrills: Gowns and headdresses from Paris 1913

Women models wearing a selection of different style evening wear, including the lamp-shade skirt, Turkish trousers, low scaft-belt cloak and the knee skirt.
1913

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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Beautiful gowns for the spring season 1913

Three women models wearing pretty fashionable frocks for evening and afternoon wear 1913, almond green charmeuse forms the skirt of model on the left, which is cut with a train, diagonally-draped tunic is of tulle, which is enriched by a broad band of embroidery in silver beads. Centre model wearing an afternoon frock in blue taffetas, skirt has three deep folds above the knee which are decorated with cabochons and string and beads the same on the bodice, wide belt is of pink taffetas. Model on the rights dress is simple and graceful and very effective in the rich shade of peacock blue, the Magyar bodice is formed of pearl-embroidered lace and a small cluster of roses make a prety finish to the waist at the back. Date: 1913

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans