By: Sarah Ahern, Australian Business CorrespondentIn the 1930’s, fashion was a far more glamorous affair than it is today, with women’s and men’s fashion leading the way.
Fashion was in the news and the press, and people’s bodies were changing, especially in the last few decades.
In the ’30s, the British fashion designer John Maynard Keynes (pictured) created the world’s first fashion magazines, and the magazine Fashion Illustrated (pictured left) helped to establish the style of fashion.
It was a revolution in the industry, with a variety of clothing being designed and manufactured by fashion designers around the world.
Today, fashion is the largest industry in the world, accounting for nearly 50 per cent of global sales.
The fashion industry is a multi-billion dollar industry, employing thousands of workers in the UK alone, and employing thousands more worldwide.
Fashion is one of the most important industries in the modern world.
It is an essential part of the economy of the 21st century, and a major contributor to the economic prosperity of the world as a whole.
The history of fashion in the 1930 is often referred to as the era of the ‘blue collar’, which was in part the result of the financial crisis of the 1930 and the Great Depression.
The industry was booming and women were being allowed to get into the workforce, with many women choosing to enter the industry in order to be able to support their families.
The women in this new era, who came to the industry at the age of 18 or 19, were often seen as “blue collar” women.
This was the era where women were working for wages.
In this article, we will look at how fashion changed in the 30s and the women that were part of it.
It was a great era to be a woman in the fashion industry, and in this period women were seen as equals and, to some degree, “women were allowed” to get in the game.
In this period, women’s fashion was seen as a very desirable way to make money, and was viewed as a fashion trend that would make fashion a success.
It also saw a new trend of working women in the workplace and a change in the working class and middle classes as a result.
The rise of the fashion movement in the 1940s and 1950sThe rise in fashion in this era was not as meteoric as the fashion in other times, but was still quite rapid.
In 1939, the year the first women were given the right to vote, the women’s movement had begun to develop.
In the UK, the Women’s Suffrage movement of the early 1940s began to take hold and in the USA, the movement that became known as the “First Ladies” movement.
Women’s Suffragists were inspired by the work of American suffragists, who had campaigned for suffrage for women in many areas of the country, such as the suffrage movement in New York, California, and Washington.
The Women’s Movement for Progressive Change (WOMEN) was founded in 1939 and began as a political organization dedicated to advocating for the rights of women in Britain.
The women’s suffrage campaign gained much traction in the country.
The suffrage was the first major legislation passed by parliament in the British Commonwealth, and it led to the first law that guaranteed women the right of suffrage, and that women had the right not to be discriminated against.
The suffrage campaigners had many victories, but they faced many challenges.
The first and most significant challenge came from the government, which was reluctant to take on the suffragist movement.
This led to a series of meetings that led to various changes to the laws, including allowing women to vote for the first time, the legalisation of prostitution, and finally, the introduction of the vote in 1929.
In addition to these major achievements, the suffraig movement also won the right for women to work outside the home, and to enter and leave the workplace.
The government was aware of the importance of women’s rights, and many of the changes to women’s work rights legislation were part the government’s attempts to win over women to the political parties.
In addition to all these improvements, the political system also changed drastically, with the rise of a left-wing government.
The Women’s Liberation Movement (WLMW)The Women Liberation Movement, which also became known in the 1950s as the Women of the Movement, was a political organisation which was created to advocate for the suffrages rights.
The WLMW was formed in 1935 and was the largest feminist organisation in the history of Britain.WLWM was formed by the founders of the suff-rights movement, Margaret Thatcher and Dorothy Day.
They had the support of the Conservative Party and, in 1939, Margaret was elected the first female leader of the UK Conservative Party.
The WLWM’s stated aim was to “make women