The fashion scene is full of modernist trends.
Some are new, some old and some are downright outdated.
So what is the fashion of the 1920s?
Read more The 1920s fashion trends have had a long and fascinating history, and while they are not timeless, they are very recognisable.
One thing is certain though, they all have a distinctly feminine flavour.
A lot of the clothing styles of the time were inspired by the way women were dressed in the 1920’s.
A lot of women’s clothes from that era had a sense of being feminine.
The most famous examples of this style of clothing is the classic “burberry” style.
The term “burbier” refers to the colour of the fabric that was woven into the fabric of the garments, but also the way it was constructed.
It was a style that was heavily influenced by the fashion designer Joseph Burberry.
Burberry was the founder of Burberry, and he created many of the most recognisable styles of Burbrary clothing in the 1930s.
In the 1930’s, women’s fashion was in a very different state.
The first thing that women did was to wear trousers.
Men had to wear shirts and trousers and women had to be pretty much in their mid-twenties.
As women aged, they began to dress in more feminine ways and they were often more feminine in their clothes than men were.
This was due to the rise of the industrial revolution and the rise in the size of the working class.
During the 1920′s, many women began to look more feminine and more feminine-looking in their clothing.
These were not trends that were exclusive to the 1920´s, but were still in place throughout the decade.
Even though women were becoming more feminine, there were still plenty of women who were still dressing more masculinely.
For example, the British fashion designer Helen Cairns made her debut in 1926, and many of her designs featured an almost masculine, feminine look.
Cairns, whose clothing is often described as “modern”, was known for her elegant dress and bold design.
She is often associated with the “Burberry” fashion trend, which was based on her Burberry style.
At the same time, there was a growing number of men’s fashion designers who were dressing more femininely.
These men also had a more sophisticated style of dress and they often went with the Burberry silhouette.
Many of these men also worked in the factories that produced clothing for the British public, but many of them were also more fashion-conscious.
An example of this is the British designer Jack Nicholson.
Nicholson was the first British male designer to wear a Burberry suit and he became one of the greatest fashion designers of the 20th century.
But there were some trends that women were still trying to push past.
Women in the 1940s were also trying to get back to the way that women had been in the past.
In particular, the fashion for women in the 1950s and 1960s were more conservative than their male counterparts.
There were a number of women designers who created garments that were very feminine in style.
This was the “slim fit” fashion.
Slim fit was the idea that the clothing should fit snugly in the body and that the body should be as bare as possible.
Some women also wore a style of “mild” clothing that was also designed to look “sneaky”.
Mild clothing was the look that most women wore during the 1950′s and 60s.
It was a look that was more casual and had more of a “boudoir” feel to it.
Mouth and necklines were a key part of this type of clothing, and it was a very feminine look that would not be out of place in a 1940s photograph.
However, there is another fashion trend that was quite prominent during this period.
This trend was the one that was being championed by the likes of Audrey Hepburn and Vivienne Westwood.
Hepburn had a number one hit film, Audrey Hepworth and the Dancers, which made her the most famous British actress of all time.
While Audrey Hepwell did not have a role in the film, she was one of a number that starred in the films Audrey Hepborough and Audrey Hepbourne.
Other British celebrities who appeared in Audrey Hepborne and Audrey’s films included Catherine Tate, Anne Hathaway and Vivien Leigh.
British actress and actress-singer-turned-actress Vivienne Leigh also appeared in many of Audrey’s movies.
Leigh’s fashion and style was very feminine and elegant.
On the other hand, Audrey did not want to look like an Audrey Hepcraft, but rather as a glamorous and pretty Audrey Hepfield.