A display of dresses for the day-time arranged by H.E. Plaister and G.R. Kenward-Eggar.
About half-a-dozen girls will be featured in this fashion parade. One of them will be Miquette, whose photograph appears on the opposite page. The programme this afternoon will show clothes worn by a London girl in the day, including a suit for a bathe in the morning, and the second programme at 9.0 will be a display of evening dresses. A special feature of this dress show is that it is all-British, both the designs and the mannequins.
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