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Trench Coat History | Jenny Schwarz Menswear

practical in the hideous winter trenches of the war, British Burberry and Aquascutum clothiers made these tough coats.

BEF - Soldier of the 16th London Regiment in Service Dress Jacket - Kitchener or Economy Pattern - 5 Front Buttons, Breast Pockets, buttoned, no pleats; and no Rifle Patches. Note there are no lapel badges. WW1.

BEF - Soldier of the London Regiment in Service Dress Jacket - Kitchener or Economy Pattern - 5 Front Buttons, Breast Pockets, buttoned, no pleats; and no Rifle Patches. Note there are no lapel badges.

In 1926, animator Walt Disney, 25 (fourth from left), posed with his entire staff and Margie Gay, the star of his Alice in Cartoonland series. At the time, Disney's studio was rodent less - and struggling. Two years later, however, came along Steamboat Willie and a mouse named Mickey (whose pip squeak voice was provided by Walt himself.)

A Decade In Fashion: The Male Fashion Inspiration for The Fat Man's Wife, Tennessee Williams (Canal Cafe Theatre, Feb directed by Russell Lucas // Assistant Director: Annie Harris // Producer: Annie Biddlecombe

Loulou de la Falaise: The Real Deal Shot in a subway station by Peter Lindbergh.

Loulou de la Falaise: The Real Deal

Note the incredibly wide pant legs, and high waists!  This style pant was knows as bags, or Oxford bags.

Note the incredibly wide pant legs, and high waists! This style pant was knows as bags, or Oxford bags.

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Don't tell me men's Regency fashions are making a comeback!The Ultimate Dandies, by Karl Lagerfeld for Numero Homme - fashion

Heritage | Burberry, 1938

Burberry's adoption by chav culture became a punchline. When rebranding became essential, Burberry moved ahead instead of looking back.

I like this casual pure color overcoat

Solid Color Turndown Collar Double-Breasted Design Long Sleeves Woolen Trench Coat For Men

mens fashion 1940s(1)......... 1940s men in pleated trousers, suit with tie, fedora - there have never been sexier men in all of history than those of the 1930s & 1940s.

Thank God the War-era style is making a comeback for both men and women! "mens fashion men in pleated trousers, suit with tie, fedora - there have never been sexier men in all of history than those of the &

More men's "sack suits," 1915.

This picture shows the "sack suit." Men's suits had a slight waist definition at this time and the pants were more slim.

Resultado de imagem para waistcoat with lapels

(from an 1869 issue). Edward Minister and Son focused on suits and coats, including coats for women and clothing for boys

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