Books by Publisher: Sabrestorm Publishing

    CC41 Utility Clothing: The Label That Transformed British Fashion

    By Mike Brown

    Hardback Save £5.52 = £14.43

    The Utility symbol, CC41, is one of the most iconic symbols in the history of clothing in Britain; instantly recognisable to anyone who lived in Britain through the Second World War or the immediate post-war years.

    Doing Their Bit

    By Jon Mills

    Hardback Save £15.54 = £29.46

    The Second World War, often described as a "People's War", was the first time civilians played a major part in Britain's war effort.

    1940s Look

    By Mike Brown

    Paperback Save £0.09 = £16.90

    Continuing interest in life on the Home Front during the Second World War means that the style of the 1940s has never been more popular. People are recreating the look for plays and films, re-enactments, 1940s themed events, or just because they enjoy dressing in vintage fashions.

    The 1950s Look: Recreating the Fashions of the Fifties

    By Mike Brown

    Paperback £12.65

    This is a book sure to delight designers, social historians and anyone with an interest in this style-defining decade. "The 1950s Look: Recreating the Fashions of the Fifties" takes the reader on a tour of the trends and signature styles of the era - from Audrey Hepburn chic to high...

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