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How rationing helped improve the life expectancy of the UK - WTF Fun Fact

How rationing helped improve the life expectancy of the UK - WTF Fun Fact

Vivienne Westwood Explains Punk Motivations (Vogue.com UK)http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded=j1-beoxg9Ok

Vivienne Westwood Explains Punk Motivations (Vogue.com UK)http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded=j1-beoxg9Ok

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 1942, and showcased on a very quiet Bond Street.

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 1942, and showcased on a very quiet Bond Street.

By Lara Trace (former editor of the Pequot Times 1999-2004) It happened years ago… but I can still feel myself outside the Pequot Museum on a bench and the wind is really blowing and J…

By Lara Trace (former editor of the Pequot Times 1999-2004) It happened years ago… but I can still feel myself outside the Pequot Museum on a bench and the wind is really blowing and J…

So I see this Hiddleston dude all over the internet... I didn't really get it, and then there was this.

So I see this Hiddleston dude all over the internet... I didn't really get it, and then there was this.

Aglae. From the exhibition "Napoleon and the Empire of Fashion". Lancaster-Barreto collection.Coat: Camel wool in natural colour. Silk organza collar, pipping and buttons. Pluche de some, imitating fur, France, circa 1808. Mechlin collar lace.  Great example of the influence of Napoleon's peninsular war, the troubadour painting and the romanticism.  "Manches a la espagnole"  Cameo: seashell, enamel, gold. France, first quart of the XIX century. Bag: Marrocain leather, France, circa 1804.

Aglae. From the exhibition "Napoleon and the Empire of Fashion". Lancaster-Barreto collection.Coat: Camel wool in natural colour. Silk organza collar, pipping and buttons. Pluche de some, imitating fur, France, circa 1808. Mechlin collar lace. Great example of the influence of Napoleon's peninsular war, the troubadour painting and the romanticism. "Manches a la espagnole" Cameo: seashell, enamel, gold. France, first quart of the XIX century. Bag: Marrocain leather, France, circa 1804.

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