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Our thanks to the late Shirley Coates for her memories and Look Book which includes the featured image you see above.
Between the 1930s and the 1970s some of the most exclusive fashions ever created were sold at the House of Mirelle…
Our Introduction gives you a sneaky peek behind the doors of Hull’s exclusive fashion house
Meet some of the Showroom Girls who worked there and walked the famous Mirelle runways….
Was it as posh as people said it was ?
What it was like to work there …
Learn about the modelling industry including Hull’s Agency Houlton Gray
How expensive were the clothes!
You can also….
Read about Cherry Marshall and how she was discovered by Seignon, Dior’s model who also modelled at Mirelle
Dior’s Salon, 1954. Seignon is the first model to walk. The House of Mirelle was “really a Salon,” said Sue, a Showroom Girl.
Learn about the history of fashion modelling in Hull
What the atmos was like at one of Mirelle’s well used locations, The New York Hotel
Find out what was so special about Lucie Clayton Charm Academy in the film Girls, Girls, Girls.
Did you go to the House of Mirelle or walk past it while you were shopping in Hull?
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Map of Hull showing The House of Mirelle locations. © HouseofMirelle.uk
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