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Lady Clementina Hawarden (1 June 1822-19 January 1865) was a noted portrait photographer of the 1860s. Hawarden first began to experiment with photography in 1857, taking stereoscopic landscape photographs before moving to large-format, stand-alone portraits of her daughters.

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Lucile Ltd: London

Lucile Ltd: London

 Mrs Lucy Wallace, Lady Duff Gordon as she became, transformed her business from a modest home-based dressmakers into the leading international fashio…

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Event - Gareth Pugh: Talking Fashion

Fri 20 February 2015 18:30–19:30

EVENING TALK: Gareth Pugh is one of Britain’s most innovative fashion designers.

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