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Choose from 477 pictures in our Tweed collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Robin Steadman in dandyish 1960s jacket Featured Print

Robin Steadman in dandyish 1960s jacket

Robin Steadman, hair stylist at The House of Leonard in Grosvenor Street, London wearing a tweed jacket that he had made to measure at John Stephen Custom Built Clothes in Carnaby Street. A great example of the peacock style of clothing adopted by fashionable chaps in the 1960s.

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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Courreges fashion, 1961 Featured Print

Courreges fashion, 1961

Three outfits by Courreges from 1961. From left (1) coat of double-sided cloth (tan reversing to white) featuring chopped off sleeves, horizontal welt seaming, dropped shoulder line. The brimless hat is of black kid. (2) Heavy black and white houndstooth wool tweed suit belted with fine black calf. The body of the jacket is cut on the bias and set into a deep yoke cut on the straight of the material. The skirt is slightly gathered at the waist and tapers towards the hemline. The hat is of black calfskin. (3) Two-piece dress in heavy oatmeal jersey, the skirt with a long slim front panel. The top, loose at the back, fitted in front, is cut away to reveal a bow of brown suede. Date: 1961

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Suffragette Chicken as New Woman Featured Print

Suffragette Chicken as New Woman

Suffragette Chicken as New Woman. A chicken dressed as a 'New Woman' in tweed suit, hat, spats, carrying a walking stick and smoking. Rather masculine in appearance, the bird adopts a version of 'rational dress' free from the constraints of traditional women's fashions. Smoking was also a sign of her emancipation. Captioned, 'Votes for Women.' Date: circa 1906

© The March of the Women Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library