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Founded in 1840, Angels' warehouse in north London is open to the public, you can book onto the ' Behind the Seams' tours of their departments – tailoring, ladies making, alterations, uniform – and the eight miles of rails that span their extensive warehouse.
Michelle, Stevie and Esme get into character at Angels "Any Costume Designer relies heavily on Costume houses to provide from their stock that which we don’t make," Joanna reveals.
That same year, drummer Kiran Gandhi made headlines across the globe after free bleeding – menstruating without using protection – during the London Marathon, sparking other women to follow suit in their everyday life.
People were living a brutish existence, and the Port of London was a dangerous place." As for the biggest challenge of creating an authentic costume, Joanna says it's very simple: time.
Diaries and wills are full of primary source information, social history and trade routes affect fabrics and fashions.
, I wanted to work in a sense of reality: London was a cold and dirty place, people walked through the mud and not over it.
“We’ve seen a huge shift in attitudes in the past few years and gender equality has never been more reachable.
Influential figures like actresses Emma Thompson and Amy Schumer are speaking publicly about female health – with Amy admitting that the most embarrassing thing that can happen to a girl is someone finding out you’re on your period.
Within seconds she was joined by the deafening sound of 2,000 other women and girls sending shock waves through Whitehall as they all demanded the government “Free the period!