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HISTORICAL STYLE: Maternity fashion across the ages

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Kate Middleton is clearly not the first woman to ever be pregnant: Take a look at maternity fashion from the last few hundred years…

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Luscious at the movies: Films and TV shows set in the 1900s-1940s – part 2

This post follows on from Luscious at the movies: Films and TV shows set in the 1900s-1940s – part 1 and contains more luscious images of fashion from period dramas set in the 1900s, 1910s, 1920s, 1930s and 1940s, but primarily the Edwardian and Jazz Age periods of history…

 

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Luscious at the movies: Films and TV shows set in the 1900s-1940s – part 1

If you’re a lover of historical fashion, researching costumes for a certain period, or simply love films set in the past, you might like some of the movies and TV shows on this list…

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Historical style: Runway fashion influenced by the 1900s-1930s

A look at how fashion designers are taking influenced by history, particularly the 1900s-1930s, and transporting it to the runway…

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A Room with A View by EM Forster, the classic Merchant-Ivory period drama film, and the 2006 TV adaptation

Helena Bonham-Carter in "A Room With A View" - Merchant-Ivory film

A Room with A View is a story about a young lady, Lucy Honeychurch, set in Italy and England in the repressed Edwardian era…

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