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Knee-length jacket designed by Cynthia Tingey, 1973, made by Bermans and Nathans and worn by Alfie Bass (1916-1987) as the King in the Ballroom scene of the pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk, London Palladium, 1973
Vent doll called Jimmy wearing full evening dress. Made by Len Insull and originally owned and performed by Peter Brough (1916-1999) before being acquired by Tony Hancock (1924-1968) and subsequently by Malcolm Chapman (1949-2012). The Malcolm Chapman Collection. Gift of Soo Chapman.
Evening gown of ivory silk satin and applique diamente decoration, Hardy Amies, 1960
Fitted blouse, with long shaped collar, and gathered sleeves supported with shoulder pads, with deep double cuffs each fastening with single covered button. Fastening centre-front with twelve covered buttons.
Costume design by Nick Ormerod of evening gown with gloves, necklace and tiara for a character in Cheek by Jowl's The Duchess of Malfi,1995
Silk and machine-made lace dress, delicately embroidered with diamantes and faux pearls. Worn by Anne Molineux for her wedding in 1953.
Dress with black and white checkered design, silk, Sheilagh Brown, London, 1980s
Scarf, square with geometric design woven in black and white, silk, Sheilagh Brown, London, 1987
Shirt, pink, with small 3-dimensional tassel-design, silk, Sheilagh Brown, London, 1987
Shirt with black and white floral motif, pure silk, Sheilagh Brown, London, 1987
Trousers with grey and black stripes, mixed fibres, Sheilagh Brown, London, 1983
Frock coat made of black wool, designed by Sheilagh Brown, London, 1988
Photograph of child in fancy dress, British, c 1910
Studio photograph of a girl in white dress, The Fancy Dress Studio, London, c 1915
Studio photograph of a girl in white dress, Chesney Ltd, London, c 1918
Shirt-jacket of lightweight printed wool, 'Faces', The Cloth, London, 1984
Clown Costume worn by the comedian Harry Tate (1872-1940) (Ronald Macdonald Hutchinson). Cream silk satin ground decorated with a pattern of grapes and vines and embellished with beads and sequins. ca. 1890
Stretch satin, tulle and silk gauze wedding dress designed by Pam Hogg for Lady Mary Charteris, 2012.
Book jacket for 'One of Those Things' by Peter Cheyney. Great Britain, 1949.
Book jacket for 'Sequel to Success' by Helen Eastwood. Great Britain, 1947.
Book jacket for 'Swell Garrick' by Roy Vickers. Great Britain, 1935.
Photograph of a girl in a cotton dress, printed, English, 1958
Blue floral tie for a boy, made by 'Smart Guy' in the 1970s
Girl's smock dress with a blue, purple and black geometric pattern, made my Motif, 1970s
girls dress with belt
Woollen girl's dress in a purple and cream zig-zag pattern, with a belt with gold plastic buckle, 1970s
Blue woollen winter coat and matching hat for a young girl, made by Heatonex in the 1950s
Blue linen child's coat by Chilprufe, 1950s
girl's pink and white striped smocked dress with pink frilled cotton slip, 1950s
girl's blue felt two piece suit with skirt and waistcoat with yellow applique birds and birdhouse pocket, 1950s
Girl's pale yellow striped beach dress, amde in France, 1950s
Childs Dress Outfit
Traditional Scottish outfit for a child, British, 1870s
[Hat] Child's dress hat for a traditional Scottish kilt outfit, British, 1870s
[Waistcoat] Child's dress waistcoat for a traditional Scottish kilt outfit, British, 1870s
[Jacket] Child's dress jacket for a traditional Scottish kilt outfit, British, 1870s
[Kilt] Child's dress kilt for a traditional Scottish kilt outfit, British, 1870s
[Tartan] Child's dress tartan for a traditional Scottish kilt outfit, British, 1870s
[Sporran] Child's dress sporran for a traditional Scottish kilt outfit, British, 1870s
[Socks] Child's dress socks for a traditional Scottish kilt outfit, British, 1870s
Cotton dress in cream, red and blue with 'London' motif at the front, William Brown, London, early 1980s.
2 piece suit comprising a shift dress and a coat. Made of striped red wool, probably by Chelsea Gril, England 1960s-1970s
[dress] multi coloured stripey woollen shift dress, part of a two pice suit probably made in England by chelsea girl, 1960-1970s
[coat] multi coloured stripey woollen double breasted coat, part of a two pice suit probably made in England by Chelsea Girl, 1960-1970s
Boy's shirt, patterned with a checked print. Bought by the donor between 1974 and 1982.
'Living marionette' of a man with a brass watch chain, wearing a green, black and cream flecked tweed jacket with green cuffs, collar and pocket flaps and white metal and glass buttons, matching trousers with black stripes down each side. Headless puppet with carved wooden body and four metal rods for manipulation. Used by a travelling showman with a tabletop theatre, ca.1890, using his head or that of his fellow performer as a talking head. Given by Michael Andrews.
Poster by the See Red Women's Workshop, 'Is there Life after Marriage?', screenprint in black and purple, London, ca.1980
Tex, China, 20th century. Lounge pyjama ensemble consisting of blue silk top, jacket and a pair of trousers, embroidered with Chinese landscape motifs in silk.
Black and white photographic print of baby (Wallis Pascoe) and a woman.
Waistcoat, reversible, embroidered navy wool and pigskin, probably Switzerland, 1930s
Two piece button together buster suit for a young boy, manufacturered under the Utility scheme by Tick-a-Tee Kiddies Wear, 1948.
Fashion illustration by Erin Petson
Green and maroon tartan dress, maker unknown, UK, c1960
Pale pink silk dress for young girl, Italy, 1932
Evening dress, F, empire line style in off white silk, by Christian Dior, France, 1996
Evening dress, F, black lace with beaded embroidery, by Valentino, Italy, A/W 1992-1993.
Coat, gabardine, designed by Yohji Yamamoto, Paris, 1999
Puppet representing Pantaloon, made by Christopher Leith for Harlequinade! in 1967.
New Look dress designed by Lily Allen for New Look, released as part of a collection in May, 2007
[Dress] Red, ruffled, New Look dress designed by Lily Allen for New Look, released as part of a collection in May, 2007
[Label] Card label for New Look dress designed by Lily Allen for New Look, released as part of a collection in May, 2007
Dress for a girl of about 7 years old, lemon yellow silk taffeta, Diorette by Christian Dior, 1950-1969.
Evening gown, full length and one shouldered, in a printed red and black silk, designed by Alexander McQueen in 2009.
Dress, cream cotton with green stripes, by William Brown, Great Britain, 1980
Design, dress pattern for train of garment, Rosie Taylor-Davies, London, 2010
Waistcoat, wool, Romeo Gigli, Italy, ca. 1992
Dress, padded charcoal grey wool, Prada, Italy, 2004.
Cocktail dress, silk, Victor Edelstein, UK, 1993.
Dress, velvet and cotton net, Koji Tatsuno, Britain, ca. 1990.
Full length evening dress consisting of a chiffon skirt and embroidered velvet bodice, designed by James Galanos, United States, 1959
Cotton piqué bow tie, made in Great Britain, 1953
Cotton piqué waistcoat, made by Henry Poole, London, 1953
Starched cotton dress shirt, Hilditch & Key, London, 1953
Silk satin cummerbund, designed by Yves Saint Laurent, Paris, 1981
Silk sock, Great Britain, 1966-1967
Pair of shoes
Pair of plastic shoes, Great Britain, 1966-1967
Pair of cufflinks
Pair of cufflinks of diamanté, red stones and metal, West India, 1966-1967
Pair of fake diamond cufflinks of diamanté and gold metal, West India, 1966-1967
Leather waistcoat, designed by Emanuel Ungaro, France, 1969
Pair of wedding boots
Homemade cummerbund, Great Britain, 1990-1996
Woollen waistcoat with leather buttons, made by Daks-Simpson, Great Britain, 1996
Flowered silk tie, designed by Timothy Everest, London, 1996
Button-down shirt of cotton-polyester mix, made by Toye, Kenning & Spencer, Great Britain, mid 1990s
Pair of cufflinks with box
Pair of silver and marcasite cufflinks and its leather box, designed by Mark Powell, London, 1996
Woven silk tie, designed by Mark Powell, London, 1996
Black cotton shirt, designed by Mark Powell, London, 1996
Man's leather waistcoat, designed by Mulberry, 1990-1995
Polyester satin bow tie, made by Kinloch Anderson, Scotland, 1996
Cotton Marcella bow tie, made by Akco, Great Britain, 1995
Cotton Marcella waistcoat, made by Kilgour French & Stanbury, London, 1987
Man's outfit, black jacket with spiked hood, white shirt, black tie, black trousers, separate black hood with zip fastener, sunglasses in case and boots, Helmut Lang, USA, Spring/Summer, 2003-2004.
Cotton shirt, made by Henry Poole, Great Britain, 1996
Satin bow tie, made by Henry Poole, Great Britain, 1996
Suit, black nylon coat and trousers, green nylon shirt, Jean-Paul Gaultier, designed in France, made in Italy, 1995-1996.
Suit, black wool coat, waistcoat and trousers, blue and pink woven acetate shirt and black silk belt, Jean-Paul Gaultier, designed in France, made in Italy, 1994.
Suit, cream wool jacket and trousers, Jean-Paul Gaultier, designed in France, made in Italy, ca. 1988.
Mans kilt ensemble
Man's kilt ensemble, jacket, kilt, cape, hat, tie, socks and garters, Vivienne Westwood, Britain, ca. 1995.
Suit, dark blue wool jacket and trousers with pinstripe, silk tie, Comme des Garçons, Japan, 1993.
Ensemble, men's, jacket, skirt, trousers, shirt, waistcoat and shawl, Comme des Garçons, Japan, 2004-2005.
Pair of flashes
Pair of flashes, violet wool, Great Britian, Hackett, 1996
Tie, blue paisley silk, Great Britian, Hackett, 1996
Man's shirt, white and blue checked cotton, Great Britian, Hackett, 1996