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The Blue17 blog is a continually developing resource about men's and women's twentieth-century vintage fashion. UK Based, our English language blog publishes original high quality articles multiple times weekly on every aspect of vintage costume and clothing.

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    Madge Garland, the Fashionista who Changed Britain.

    Another original post from Blue17 vintage Madge Garland was a key figure in the British fashion industry. She was a fashion journalist, book writer, editor and broadcaster from the 1920s right up until 1990. Her last book was published in 1990 when she was 94. She pivoted from fashion editor at British Vogue and other magazines to consultant to the wartime […] The post Madge Garland, the Fashionista who Changed Britain. appeared first on Blue17 vintage...


    1950s Bras – The Class Conscious Bosom

    Another original post from Blue17 vintage When we think of the 1950s bras, it is guaranteed that there will be one shape that comes to mind – pointy. Madonna on her Blonde Ambition tour, wearing her underwear as outerwear. That kind of shape. Not only will the most fashionable girl have conical boobs, but a small waist.   But is this […] The post 1950s Bras – The Class Conscious Bosom appeared first on Blue17 vintage...


    Dorothy Todd, the Vogue Editor who Gave it a Queer Culture Injection

    Another original post from Blue17 vintage Dorothy Todd was British Vogue’s second editor, taking over from Elspeth Champcommunal in 1924. She was openly lesbian, with many lovers including the magazine’s fashion editor, Madge Garland. Together they made a revolutionary magazine which was flamboyantly highbrow, cultural, artistic and queer. Todd was a cultured and vital woman, who dressed with élan and was […] The post Dorothy Todd, the Vogue Editor who Gave it a Queer Culture...


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