Fashion and Feminism

What is Feminism?

“One is not born, but rather becomes, a woman”
Simone de Beauvoir .

Feminist History:

Suffragette:The Suffragette Fellowship and the Library of the London Society for Women’s Service

How Suffragette’s used fashion   Fashion Activists 


Women’s Liberation Movement (WLM), or ‘second wave feminism’, from the late 1960s that would have the greatest impact on the writing of women’s history

The Feminine Mystique by Betty Friedan

Women’s Movement 1960’s-70’s




National Women’s Liberation 

The Mini Skirt   Mary Quant 






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