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House Style at Chatsworth House

“The joy of dressing is an art “ John Galliano

Yesterday the sun was shining and I spent an amazing afternoon with my friend Sue who shares an equal love for all things fashion when we paid a visit to the House Style Exhibition at Chatsworth House. 836 more words


In the mid-1960s, the hippies-the rebels and dropouts of the Haight-Ashbury community of San Francisco started one of the most influential of history’s dress reform movements. 511 more words

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Stories of Scaasi

“How simply have you inverted your name from Isaacs to Scaasi, Mr. Arnold,” laughingly said the Scaasi Girls.

Born and named as Arnold Isaacs, the jewish designer infused elements of simplicity and elegance in his creations. 352 more words

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The Timeless Trend- The Miniskirt

The definition of the miniskirt is that one skirt with a hemline which is generally between 6 and 7 inches above the knees. As we all know, the Miniskirt was a part of or rather from Mary Quant. 253 more words

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Americas Mermaid Inspiration-Esther Williams

The Aquacade, Esther Williams was a true spectacle; she was a champion at swimming  with hundreds of swimmers, divers, singing and special effects. Williams was featured as Aquabelle #1, performing choreographed duet swims. 335 more words

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The Cavaliers and Baroque

The Cavalier Era was not as understood at the time of its period. It was a style of dressing with a whole political and social attitude. 278 more words

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The Tudors -17th Century


The Tudor period is the period between 1485 and 1603 in England and Wales and includes the Elizabethan period which ends with the completion of the reign of Elizabeth I in 1603. 262 more words

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