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Hull History: The House of Mirelle an Introduction. A Guide For You To Read and Share.

HouseofMirelle.uk aims to be as accessible to readers as possible.  Our Introduction is designed to be easy to understand and read. Move the arrows up and down to scroll through the pages. Zoom to increase size to read. The House of Mirelle, Hull’s famous fashion house is fondly remembered by those who worked, shopped and […]

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Dior helps to finish a design with Workroom hands houseofmirelle.uk
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Fashion History: What’s a Workroom? An Introduction For Non-Sewers

For non-sewers a Workroom might be hard to visualise.  You’ll probably know a needle when you see it and recognise a sewing machine but after that it becomes fuzzy and unclear. We’re here to help… Here’s our intro to a sewing Workroom… Just as people go to the office to do their job, a Workroom […]

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A woman stands in a Parisian street wearing Christian Dior's New Look. On her head is a Coolie Hat. She has a light coloured tight fitting jacket with the characteristic flare from the waist. The dark skirt is ballerina length and flared. She is wearing black gloves.
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When Cherry Marshall Met Seignon: Making A Model and The Face Of Susan Small.

British Pathe 1954. Seignon is the first model to walk.  Irene Pearson wouldn’t have become Cherry Marshall if it hadn’t been for Seignon – it took a chance meeting in 1946 to seal the deal. Long before a marriage to writer Emanuel Litvinoff – or Manny – gave her that lucky break, she responded to […]

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  (The film is “Fashion House”, a collection of clips from British Pathé, 1950-1969. It has no sound) Welcome to the House of Mirelle, a resource for you to learn about fashion history, social history and Hull’s fab fashion house!    The House Of Mirelle was a high end fashion house that existed in the […]

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