Brief Encounter

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Photos - Pictures Real People Fashions of the Fifties. Fashion History - Fashion History, Costume Trends and Eras, Trends Victorians - Haute Couture Moda Vintage, Vintage Mode, Retro Vintage, Fashion Moda, 1940s Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Vintage Beauty, Carmen Miranda, Street Style Vintage

FASHION IN THE 1940s

Most women wore skirts at or near knee-length, with simply-cut blouses or shirts and square-shouldered jackets. Popular magazines and pattern companies advised women on how to remake men's suits into smart outfits, since the men were in uniform and the cloth would otherwise sit unused. Eisenhower jackets became popular in this period. Influenced by the military, these jackets were bloused at the chest and fitted at the waist with a belt. From my personal collection…

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Grafton Fashions - Les Incroyables

Page 1 of 3 - Grafton Fashions - posted in Les Incroyables: Partly due to Flusser, there is a lot of interest in American fashion plates of the 1930s, unfortunately with respect to the English styles to which the Americans of the era aspired, there is sadly much less discussion. These were published by Bell's Fashion Bureau, 28 South Molton St, London. So, it's with a certain pleasure that I bring the following English fashion plates for Spring-Summer 1939:

Celia JOHNSON [] Active > Born Celia Elizabeth Johnson 18 Dec 1908 Surrey, England > Died 26 April 1982 (aged Oxfordshire, England > Spouse: Peter Fleming his death) > Children No one sports a tifer quite like her! Celia wasn't a 'Hollywood' actress. English Actresses, British Actresses, Hollywood Actresses, Actors & Actresses, British Actors, Golden Age Of Hollywood, Vintage Hollywood, Hollywood Stars, Classic Hollywood

Celia Johnson

Dutch postcard By WSB, no. 1047. Photo: Eagle Lion. English actress, Dame Celia Johnson (1908-1982) acquired iconic status in British cinema for her role inBrief Encounter (1945), opposite Trevor Howard. She generally played a genteel or repressed Englishwoman, though she proved to be also a talented comedian. Celia Elizabeth Johnson was born in Richmond and was educated at St Paul's Girls School in London. She trained in acting at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. Her stage debut was in…

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London at War 1941 - Gone With The Wind

This was the Ritz Cinema, Leicester Square, London. "Gone With The Wind" moved over from the adjacent Empire Theatre, and ran at the Ritz Cinema for four years. One escape during the war was the cinema, and Hollywood films. Gone With The Wind (1939) is often considered the most beloved, enduring and popular film of all time. Its opening, only a few months after WWII began in Europe.

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1920s leather armchair - Google Search

1920s leather armchair - Google Search

Stanley Holloway, chief among the citizens of Burgundy (Pimilico), considers the merits of full independence in Passport to Pimlico, Brief Encounter, Classic Films, Old Movies, Film Movie, Old Photos, Passport, Cinema, Burgundy, Popcorn

Stanley Holloway, chief among the citizens of Burgundy (Pimilico), considers the merits of full independence in Passport to Pimlico, 1949.

1920s leather armchair - Google Search

1920s leather armchair - Google Search

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