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Keep the Workers Working, Buying fur coats during WW1 Featured 15 Oct 2016 Image

Keep the Workers Working, Buying fur coats during WW1

A spread from The Tatler featuring four designs for fur coats from a Parisian design house and ladies to continue to buy luxury fashion in wartime. It states that even though the thought of new and expensive clothes may seem at first sight grotesque...But the plea for steady trade must not be ignored by those whose purses are long, and plight of the thousands of dressmakers and designers who will be earning very little wages during these next few months must not be forgotten.
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