Capturing the Twentieth century in pictures, 100 Years Of Fashion is a photography book featuring hundreds of images. Starting in the 1900's, the book takes an exploration through history, looking at how fashion has developed with each decade, in response to changes in society and attitude.
From the elegance of the 1910's royalty, wartime fashion in the 40's, free love hippy styles of the swinging 60's, Brit love trends in the 90's straight through to modern designers, this book is a must have for any fashion lover.
Featuring trends good and bad, take an inspirational journey through the past century in fashion and discover new looks which you can use today.
You can pick up a copy of the book from GMC Publications now.
This book takes us on a fascinating journey through a hundred years of fashion and style, both on the London catwalks and on the streets of ordinary towns. So much social history can be seen reflected in the clothes of ordinary people: Victorian attitudes were inseparable from the clothes of the time, the relaxed atmosphere and pleasure-seeking of the 1920s can be seen clearly in its pajama-clad girls, wartime austerity is acutely visible in ration-driven outfits followed by the new couture of the 1950s - and then from the '60s to the end of the '90s we see a kaleidoscopic rush through a rapidly changing society.