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From the Victoria & Albert Museum. Summer dress & jacket Place of origin: England, Britain (made) Date: 1955 (made) Artist/Maker: Horrockses Fashions (designer) Materials and Techniques: Printed cotton

Stunning Vintage 1950s HORROCKSES FASHION by RainbowValleyVintage, £175.00

Stunning Vintage 1950s Horrockses Fashions Full Skirt Cotton Dress and Bolero Jacket XS

Stunning Vintage Horrockses Fashions Full Skirt Cotton Dress and Bolero Jacket XS

Summer dress & jacket, Horrockses Fashions, 1955

Summer dress & jacket

Printed cotton summer dress, jacket and belt, designed by Horrockses Fashions, England, Museum Number to

50s Vtg  "HORROCKSES Younger Set" COTTON PRINT DAY/PARTY DRESS  36" Bust

50s Vtg "HORROCKSES Younger Set" COTTON PRINT DAY/PARTY DRESS 36" Bust

vintage 1950s dress . MISS TRUDIE . orange por millstreetvintage

Like A Rose Dress vintage yellow floral dress set Beautiful orange and peach rose print MISS TRUDIE summer dress.

Gertie's New Blog for Better Sewing: Horrockses-Inspired Rose Stripe Dress

Horrockses Fashions pink floral dress and jacket - I believe the print is designed by Pat Albeck.

Vintage 1950s silk floral dress by TuesdayRoseVintage

Vintage 1950s Dress / 50s Silk Dress / Cream Rose Print Dress w/ Waist Tie S

Horrockses dress, Cute Summer dress;)

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in Britain, long-established Lancashire cotton goods manufacture Horrockses Crewdson & Company Ltd  set up fashion subsidiary Horrockses Fashions in 1946. It snapped up British artists’ offerings, including designs by Alastair Morton and Graham Sutherland. In the 1950s, the Horrockses dress came to epitomise the English cotton summer frock, worn by everyone including the Queen, Princess Margaret, and prima ballerina Margot Fonteyn.

in Britain, long-established Lancashire cotton goods manufacture Horrockses Crewdson & Company Ltd set up fashion subsidiary Horrockses Fashions in 1946. It snapped up British artists’ offerings, including designs by Alastair Morton and Graham Sutherland. In the 1950s, the Horrockses dress came to epitomise the English cotton summer frock, worn by everyone including the Queen, Princess Margaret, and prima ballerina Margot Fonteyn.

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