Education Welfare, Suffragettes formed in 1903, social status, liberal party, labour party formed, Selfridges founded in 1909, Charles Frederick Worth, Paul Poiret, Bloomsbury Group founded in 1910.
Titanic 1912,women’s role in society in terms of work and vote, Coco Chanel, clothes became more practical, WW1, Land girls army, Cars and Planes, 1910 sewing machine invented.
Jazz music, alcohol, cigarettes, Art Deco, Dada, Surrealism, Women given the vote, Flapper girls, women working,
First Televisions in homes, Wall street crash, Holiday camps, WW2, Women working in mens roles.
WW2 ends, NHS, Rock and Roll, Austerity Olympic games in Britain.
Festival of Britain, Queen Elizabeth II, The Cold War, Beatniks,
The Beatles, England wins World Cup, Mini-Skirt, Swinging London.
3-day working week, Vietnam, Thatcher, Andy Warhol, Flares, Free-love, Missoni
Gay rights, Fall of Berlin Wall, Falklands, Live Aid, Power suits, Club culture
Death of Princess Diana, Spice Girls, Designer Logos, Internet, Mobile phones for the masses.