Fashion: Models On Bond Street, London, 1942 The wartime look in Britain became much more austere as the years went by. This was the first collection of Utility Dresses For Women, designed by Norman Hartnell in and showcased on a very quiet Bond Street.
A model stands on a Bloomsbury rooftop, holding on to wire railings as she leans slightly backwards, to show off her pale blue and black wool Atrima dress, costing 11 coupons., Ministry of Information Photo Division Photographer
Saddle shoes were very popular throughout the century. Their two-tone leather uppers were popular with both men and women of all ages. They were often used for playing sports. -G /Saddle shoe sporting sisters on a ship,