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Fashions for 1954
Fashions for 1954
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Welsh Girls in Traditional Costume 1908
Welsh Girls in Traditional Costume 1908
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Ginger Rogers/Astaire
Ginger Rogers/Astaire
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Couple kissing outside Carnaby Street boutique
Couple kissing outside Carnaby Street boutique
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Tony Blackburn with some groovy things, Carnaby Street
Tony Blackburn with some groovy things, Carnaby Street
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Lady golfer looking down the fairway for her drive
Lady golfer looking down the fairway for her drive
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Victorian woman (Polhill-Turner family)
Victorian woman (Polhill-Turner family)
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Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers
Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers
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Rocker & Rock Chic
Rocker & Rock Chic
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Suffragette Womens March 1912
Suffragette Womens March 1912
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Advertisement for Cadburys Golden Key
Advertisement for Cadburys Golden Key
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Female Type/Hobble Skirt
Female Type/Hobble Skirt
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Suffragette Womens March 1912 Featured Image

Suffragette Womens March 1912

In October 1912, six women left Edinburgh to walk 400 miles to London, gathering signatures en route in support of Women's Suffrage. The march was organised by Mrs. De Fonblanque (sister of Maud Arncliffe-Sennettt). The marchers wore a coat and skirt in russett brown with a matching hat, and earned for the marchers the name of the Brown Women'. The route lay along the Great North Road and the women covered a distance of about 15 miles a day. They carried a banner designed by Louise R Jacobs for the Suffrage Atelier. The march ended in London on November 16th 1912. Photo shows a stop made, possibly in Doncaster. Date: 1912

© The March of the Women Collection/Mary Evans Picture Library

Terminal Building, Dublin Airport, Republic of Ireland
Terminal Building, Dublin Airport, Republic of Ireland
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Two types of dresses, 1954
Two types of dresses, 1954
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Lady Golfers Outfit
Lady Golfers Outfit
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Shell Fountain/Costume
Shell Fountain/Costume
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Victor Stiebel/Dress
Victor Stiebel/Dress
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Golfing Woman 1907
Golfing Woman 1907
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Women playing hockey
Women playing hockey
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Four ballerinas on a music sheet
Four ballerinas on a music sheet
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Portuguese Dance - O-Vira
Portuguese Dance - O-Vira
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Christian Dior sketching a fashion design, 1948
Christian Dior sketching a fashion design, 1948
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Rock and roll dancing couple
Rock and roll dancing couple
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Costume/Boy on Tricycle
Costume/Boy on Tricycle
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Two types of dresses, 1954 Featured Image

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

Racial/China/Mandarin
Racial/China/Mandarin
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Two Women on Kings Road
Two Women on Kings Road
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First Gas Balloon 1787
First Gas Balloon 1787
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Minnie Duncan music hall coster act
Minnie Duncan music hall coster act
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Silhouette of exotic couple dancing
Silhouette of exotic couple dancing
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Woman police officer attending an accident
Woman police officer attending an accident
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Ta-ra-ra Boom-de-ay - sung by Lottie Collins
Ta-ra-ra Boom-de-ay - sung by Lottie Collins
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Refuelling in a Mini
Refuelling in a Mini
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Green lady by William Barribal
Green lady by William Barribal
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1960s woman by David Wright
1960s woman by David Wright
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Lady Charles Cavendish (Adele Astaire) in Schiaparelli
Lady Charles Cavendish (Adele Astaire) in Schiaparelli
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Burma (Myanmar) - Traditional Costume (3/4)
Burma (Myanmar) - Traditional Costume (3/4)
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Ta-ra-ra Boom-de-ay - sung by Lottie Collins Featured Image

Ta-ra-ra Boom-de-ay - sung by Lottie Collins

"Ta-ra-ra Boom-de-ay" is a vaudeville and music hall song. The song's first known public performance was in Henry J. Sayers 1891 revue Tuxedo, which was performed in Boston, Massachusetts. The song became widely known in the version sung by Lottie Collins (1865-1910) in London music halls in 1892 (as shown in this drawing by Phil May of the same year). She would sing the first verse demurely and then launch into the chorus and an uninhibited and exhausting skirt dance with high kicks (especially on the word "BOOM") that exposed her stockings held up by sparkling garters, and bare thighs. At the height of the craze, Collins was performing the song five times nightly at different venues in London !!! Date: 1892

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Pin-Up in Gold Mules
Pin-Up in Gold Mules
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Poster, Fly BOAC to the Caribbean
Poster, Fly BOAC to the Caribbean
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Cartoon, French soldier and his mother, WW1
Cartoon, French soldier and his mother, WW1
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Ice Skating Women 1899
Ice Skating Women 1899
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Jaeger advertisement, 1956
Jaeger advertisement, 1956
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Liza Spain outfit from Harvey Nichols
Liza Spain outfit from Harvey Nichols
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Girl climbing tree, line of washing, Balham, SW London
Girl climbing tree, line of washing, Balham, SW London
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Cardboard advertising sign for Exide Batteries
Cardboard advertising sign for Exide Batteries
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Debenham and Freebody suit, 1954
Debenham and Freebody suit, 1954
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Romanian Women - Traditional costume
Romanian Women - Traditional costume
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Madame Peacock by Gilbert Rumbold
Madame Peacock by Gilbert Rumbold
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