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Guest blog - Dawn Eastmead starts to sew again!

Dawn is a good friend of mine. She is a senior civil servant who has worked on housing, neighbourhood renewal, resilience, planning, fire safety and flood recovery. 1,128 more words

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Fresh Fashion: Clothes & Cleanliness

‘Cleanliness is next to Godliness’, except when it comes to your wardrobe. According to a recent article in The Guardian, many clothing companies suggest denim jeans should be washed infrequently, if at all. 484 more words

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The period from c.1585 to c.1700/1730 is called the baroque era in the European history. The word “baroque” is derived from portugese and Spanish word “barroco” meaning large,irregularly-shaped pearl. 293 more words


Want to talk about Bras?

When I was at school we were much amused by the notion of an “Over shoulder boulder-holder”, and amazed at the impact that mammary glands could have on the opposite sex. 630 more words

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The start of something NEW ! (Pre-Historic Clothing)

Fashion has been a part of life from a long period of time. The oldest known time period was the Paleolithic age of the Stone Age around 2,00,000 years ago. 338 more words

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Extravagant craftsmanship succeed elaborate workmanship in Europe otherwise called “late rococo”. it created in the early eighteenth century in Paris,France as a response to symmetry unbelievable and strict regulation of the baroque by the french lord Louis .it is a light ,expand and beautiful style of art.it is checked by more liquid designs. 453 more words


The Powerful Victorian Era

Victorian Era was the period of Nineteenth Century roughly from 1830 to 1900 of the reign of Queen Victoria. It was at this time that British Empire grew and became the most powerful and made England one of the most wealthiest country in the world. 328 more words

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