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    • Adidas Stan Smith

    • Adidas Stan Smith is a tennis shoe made by Adidas. However, today the shoe is not used for tennis, but as sneakers. Stan Smith is an American tennis player, who was active between the end of the 1960s and the beginning of the 1980s. Adidas approached him to endorse the so-called Haillet shoe in 1973. The shoe, us ... Read »


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    • Air Jordan

    • Air Jordan

      Air Jordan is a brand of basketball footwear and athletic clothing produced by Nike and endorsed and created for Chicago Bulls basketball player Michael Jordan. The original Air Jordan I sneaker, produced for Jordan in 1984, were released to the public in 1985. The shoes were designed for Nike by Peter Moore, Tinker Ha ... Read »


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    • Alice band

    • An Alice band (the technical term for a hair band) is either a flexible horse-shoe shaped garment or a loop of elastic material which is designed to fit over the head and hold long hair away from the face, but let it hang freely at the back. The Alice band is said to have originated in the period around 1865, followin ... Read »


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    • Alice in Wonderland dress

    • One of the most iconic figures to emerge from 19th century children's literature, and one who is instantly recognized by her attire, is Alice in Wonderland. Although many artists have depicted Alice in many different ways, the original illustrations by John Tenniel have become iconic through their subsequent repetition ... Read »


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    • Anthony Eden hat

    • An "Anthony Eden" hat, or simply an "Anthony Eden", was a silk-brimmed, black felt Homburg of the kind favoured in the 1930s by Anthony Eden, later 1st Earl of Avon (1897–1977). Eden was a Cabinet Minister in the British National Government, holding the offices of Lord Privy Seal from 1934–1935 and Foreign Se ... Read »


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    • Arafat scarf

    • The Palestinian keffiyeh is a gender-neutral chequered black and white scarf that is usually worn around the neck or head. The Palestinian keffiyeh has become a symbol of Palestinian nationalism, dating back to the 1936–1939 Arab revolt in Palestine. Outside of the Middle East and North Africa, the keffiyeh first ... Read »


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    • Batman's utility belt


    • Beatle boot

    • A Beatle boot is a style of boot that has been worn since the 1960s made popular by the English rock group the Beatles, for whom they were originally made. The boots are a variant of the Chelsea boot: they are tight-fitting, Cuban-heeled, ankle-high boots with a sharp pointed toe. The style can feature either elastic o ... Read »


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    • Bismarck Sapphire Necklace

    • The Bismarck Sapphire Necklace is a sapphire necklace designed by Cartier, Inc. in 1935. As of 2010, the necklace is on display between the Hall Sapphire and Diamond Necklace and the Logan Sapphire in the Janet Annenberg Hooker Hall of Geology, Gems, and Minerals at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natu ... Read »


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    • Busby

    • Busby is the English name for the Hungarian prémes csákó ("fur shako") or kucsma, a military head-dress made of fur, originally worn by Hungarian hussars. In its original Hungarian form the busby was a cylindrical fur cap, having a bag of coloured cloth hanging from the top. The end of this bag was attached to ... Read »


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    • Buster Brown suit

    • A Buster Brown suit was a very popular style of clothing for young boys in the United States in the early 20th century. It was named after the comic strip character Buster Brown, created in 1902 by Richard Felton Outcault. It typically consisted of a belted, double-breasted tunic or jacket worn with a large round colla ... Read »


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    • Cardigan (sweater)

    • Cardigan

      A cardigan is a type of knitted garment that has an open front. Commonly cardigans have buttons: a garment that is tied is instead considered a robe. A more modern version of the garment has no buttons and hangs open by design. By contrast, a pullover does not open in front but must be "pulled over" the head to be worn ... Read »


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    • Cavalry Stetson

    • The Cavalry Stetson is a Cavalry tradition within the United States Army. The Cavalry stetson was the headgear typical of cavalrymen during the late 18th century into the 19th century, including the Indian Wars and the Civil War. Before John B. Stetson, for whom the hat is named, introduced the Boss of the Plains ... Read »


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    • Chesterfield coat

    • The Chesterfield coat is a long, tailored overcoat named after the Earl of Chesterfield. The Chesterfield coat arose, along with the lounge suit, as an alternative to the highly shaped coats it replaced, such as the frock overcoat with its heavy waist suppression using a waist seam. The Chesterfield has no horizo ... Read »


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    • Chuck Taylor All-Stars

    • Chuck Taylor All-Stars or Converse All Stars (also referred to as "Converses", "Chuck Taylors", "Chucks", "Cons", and "All Stars") is the brand name for a pair of casual shoes developed and produced by Converse, which has been a subsidiary of Nike, Inc. since 2003. The design of the Chuck Taylor All-Star has remained ... Read »


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    • Daisy Dukes

    • Daisy Dukes

      Daisy Duke is a fictional character, played by Catherine Bach, from the American television series The Dukes of Hazzard. She is the cousin of Bo and Luke, the main protagonists of the show, and the three live on a farm on the outskirts of Hazzard County with their Uncle Jesse. Although never mentioned in the series it ... Read »


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    • Dolly Varden (costume)

    • A Dolly Varden costume is a woman's outfit that was briefly fashionable from about 1869 to 1875 in Britain and the United States. Dolly Varden is a character from Charles Dickens's 1839 historical novel Barnaby Rudge set in 1780. The Dolly Varden costume was an 1870s version of fashions of the 1770s and 1780s. Th ... Read »


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    • Dori shoes

    • Dori shoes are dance shoes that combine the toe box of a pointe shoe with a dance heel approximately 3 inches ( about 7.5 cm ) in length. These allow the dancer to combine steps from multiple dance styles with classical ballet, by switching balance from standing on the heel to standing en pointe, and vice versa. In ... Read »


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    • Eisenhower jacket

    • The Eisenhower jacket, or "Ike" jacket, is a type of waist length jacket or blouson developed for the U.S. Army during the later stages of World War II. Intended to be worn on its own or as an insulating layer beneath the M-43 Field Jacket, it featured a pleated back, adjustable waist band, fly-front buttons, bellows c ... Read »


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    • Eugénie hat


    • Fauntleroy suit

    • A Buster Brown suit was a very popular style of clothing for young boys in the United States in the early 20th century. It was named after the comic strip character Buster Brown, created in 1902 by Richard Felton Outcault. It typically consisted of a belted, double-breasted tunic or jacket worn with a large round colla ... Read »


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    • Gandhi cap

    • The Gandhi cap (Hindi: गांधी टोपी) is a white coloured sidecap, pointed in front and back and having a wide band. It is made out of khadi. It takes its name after the Indian leader Mahatma Gandhi, who first popularised its use during the Indian independence movement. Worn co ... Read »


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    • Garibaldi shirt

    • . A Garibaldi shirt (also called "Garibaldi jacket" or "Camicia rossa") was a woman's fashion, a red wool shirt named after the Italian patriot Giuseppe Garibaldi first popularized in 1860. It was the direct ancestor of the modern women's blouse. Giuseppe Garibaldi (1807 - 1882) was an Italian folk hero, a nation ... Read »


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    • Girdle of Thomas

    • The Girdle of Thomas, Virgin's Girdle, Holy Belt, or Sacra Cintola in modern Italian, is a Christian relic in the form of a "girdle" or knotted textile cord used as a belt, that according to a medieval legend was dropped by the Virgin Mary from the sky to Saint Thomas the Apostle at or around the time of the Assumption ... Read »


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    • Goodyear welt

    • A Goodyear welt is a strip of leather, rubber, or plastic that runs along the perimeter of a shoe outsole. The machinery used for the process was invented in 1869 by Charles Goodyear, Jr., the son of Charles Goodyear. Time-consuming by modern standards, Goodyear welted construction is still considered one of the finest ... Read »


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    • Guy Fawkes mask

    • The Guy Fawkes mask is a stylised depiction of Guy Fawkes, the best-known member of the Gunpowder Plot. The plot was an attempt to blow up the House of Lords in London on 5 November 1605, in order to restore a Catholic head of state. The use of a mask on an effigy has long roots as part of Guy Fawkes Night celebrations ... Read »


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    • Hammer pants

    • Hammer pants, a loose fitting trouser inspired by harem pants which originated in the Arabian Peninsula and are frequently, mistakenly referred to as "parachute pants", are customized/modified baggy pants tapered at the ankle with a sagging rise made suitable for hip-hop dancing. Hammer pants were popularized in the 1 ... Read »


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    • Harrington jacket

    • A Harrington jacket is a lightweight, waist-length jacket made of cotton, polyester, wool or suede. Designs often incorporate traditional Fraser tartan or checkerboard-patterned lining. The first Harrington-style jackets were made in the 1930s by the clothing company, Baracuta. Baracuta's original design, the G9, is s ... Read »


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    • Jesus piece (jewelry)

    • A Jesus piece is a spiritual or religious piece of jewelry that is popular in the Hip-Hop community and depicts the face of Jesus. Many Hip-Hop artists and celebrities, including The Notorious B.I.G., Jay-Z, Kanye West among others, have adopted the Jesus piece as a common fashion accessory and have them decorated with ... Read »


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    • Juliet cap

    • A Juliet cap is a small open-work crocheted or mesh cap, often decorated with pearls, beads or jewels, and chiefly worn with evening gowns or as bridal wear. The cap is named after the heroine of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. An article in Every Woman's Encyclopaedia (London, 1910) suggested: For evening wear a fav ... Read »


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    • Kitty Foyle (dress)

    • A Kitty Foyle is a dress style of the 1940s characterized by a dark fabric and contrasting light collar and cuffs, typically of navy blue and white. The shape of the dress is a shirtwaist with short or elbow-length sleeves. The buttons of the shirtwaist are in the same contrast colour used for the collar. It is named ... Read »


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    • Knickerbockers (clothing)

    • Knickerbockers or knickers are a form of men's or boys' baggy-kneed trousers particularly popular in the early 20th century United States. Golfers' plus twos and plus fours are breeches of this type. Before World War II, skiers often wore knickerbockers too, usually ankle-length. Until after World War I, in many Engli ... Read »


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    • Leotard

    • A leotard /ˈliəˌtɑːrd/ is a unisex skin-tight one-piece garment that covers the torso but leaves the legs free, made famous by the French acrobatic performer Jules Léotard (1838–1870). There are sleeveless, short-sleeved and long-sleeved leotards. A variation is the unitard, which also covers the ... Read »


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    • Mary Jane (shoe)

    • Mary Jane (Also known as bar shoes) is an American term (formerly a registered trademark) for a closed, low-cut shoe with one or more straps across the instep. Classic Mary Janes for children are typically made of black leather or patent leather, have one thin strap fastened with a buckle or button, a broad and rounde ... Read »


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    • Mask of Agamemnon

    • Mask of Agamemnon

      The Mask of Agamemnon is an artifact discovered at Mycenae in 1876 by Heinrich Schliemann. It has been referred to as the "Mona Lisa of prehistory" The artifact is a funeral mask made in gold, and was found over the face of a body in a burial shaft, designated Grave V, at the site "Grave Circle A, Mycenae". Schlieman ... Read »


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    • Napoleon Diamond Necklace

    • The Napoleon Diamond Necklace is a diamond necklace commissioned by Napoleon I of France c. 1811–1812. It is currently on display in the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C., United States. The Napoleon Diamond Necklace consists of 28 mine cut diamonds set into a single thread, with a fringe of alternat ... Read »


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    • Napoleon's Hat


    • Necklace of Harmonia

    • The Necklace of Harmonia was a fabled object in Greek mythology that, according to legend, brought great misfortune to all of its wearers or owners, who were primarily queens and princesses of the ill-fated House of Thebes. Hephaestus, blacksmith of the Olympian gods, discovered his wife, Aphrodite, goddess of lov ... Read »


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    • Oddjob's hat


    • Pahlavi hat

    • The Pahlavi hat (Persian: کلاه پهلوی‎‎) was an item of headgear for men introduced in the Imperial State of Iran by Reza Shah. The introduction of the hat, in August 1927, was part of Reza Shah's drive to westernize and modernize Iran, which included introducing European-style clot ... Read »


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    • Pamela hat

    • The Chapeau à la Paméla, Pamela hat or Pamela bonnet described a type of straw hat or bonnet popular during the 1790s and into the first three quarters of the 19th century. It was named after the heroine of Samuel Richardson's 1741 novel Pamela; or, Virtue Rewarded. While Pamela hats and bonnets underwent a varie ... Read »


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    • Peter Pan collar

    • A Peter Pan collar is a style of clothing collar. It is named after the collar of Maude Adams's costume in her 1905 role as Peter Pan, although similar styles had been worn before this date. The Peter Pan collar is a form of flat collar, one of the three basic collar types along with stand and roll collars. It is cut ... Read »


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    • Prince Charlie jacket

    • The Prince Charlie jacket is a formal black tie highland dress that was initially listed in tailor catalogs of the early twenties as a coatee. Over the next couple decades it became to be called a 'Prince Charlie' (PC). When introduced, it was marketed as an alternative to the regulation doublet and was to be worn with ... Read »


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    • Richard Nixon mask

    • A Richard Nixon mask is a mask with the likeness of Richard Nixon. These were commercially available and quite popular in the waning days of the Nixon Administration. They are generally made out of thick latex rubber or similar flexible castable compounds. One of the notable features of most Richard Nixon masks is the ... Read »


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    • Sam Browne belt

    • The Sam Browne belt is a wide belt, usually leather, supported by a narrower strap passing diagonally over the right shoulder. It is most often a part of a military or police uniform. Sam Browne VC was a British army officer serving in India in the 19th century. In those days officers always carried a sword into b ... Read »


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    • Sandals of Jesus Christ

    • The Sandals of Jesus Christ were among the most important relics of the Catholic Church in Middle Ages. They were donated to the Abbey of Prüm by Pope Zachary (741-752) and Pope Stephen II (752-757). The sandals are the remains of an ornate fabric shoe (slipper) allegedly from the Merovingian period (fifth to e ... Read »


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    • Sermoneta Gloves

    • Sermoneta Gloves is a Rome, Italy-based manufacturer, designer, and retailer of high fashion mostly-leather and suede gloves for women and men. The company was founded by artisan Giorgio Sermoneta in 1960. As of 2012, amongst their various designs, Sermoneta produces sixty-one separate styles of gloves. Forty-five ... Read »


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    • Sherlock Holmes hat

    • A deerstalker is a type of cap that is typically worn in rural areas, often for hunting, especially deer stalking. Because of the cap's popular association with Sherlock Holmes, it has become stereotypical headgear for a detective, especially in comical drawings or cartoons along with farcical plays and films. The ... Read »


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    • Stormy Kromer cap

    • The Stormy Kromer cap is a wool hat manufactured by Stormy Kromer Mercantile. The hat is popular in the Midwest region of the United States and with hunters and outdoorsmen. It is named for George "Stormy" Kromer (1876-1970), a semi-professional baseball player who later worked as a railroad engineer. Kromer lost many ... Read »


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    • Tintin trousers

    • Plus fours are breeches or trousers that extend 4 inches (10 cm) below the knee (and thus four inches longer than traditional knickerbockers, hence the name). As they allow more freedom of movement than knickerbockers, they have been traditionally associated with sporting attire from the 1860s and onward, particu ... Read »


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    • Titovka (cap)

    • The Titovka (Serbian Cyrillic: Титовка) was a famous green side cap characteristic of the Yugoslav Partisans during World War II, and later the Yugoslav People's Army (the "JNA", in Serbo-Croatian), hence known as the JNA cap. It was based on the Russian pilotka, and often had the red star badge on ... Read »


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    • Trilby

    • A trilby is a narrow-brimmed type of hat. The trilby was once viewed as the rich man's favored hat; it is sometimes called the "brown trilby" in Britain and was frequently seen at the horse races. The London hat company Lock and Co. describes the trilby as having a "shorter brim which is angled down at the front and sl ... Read »


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    • Veil of Isis

    • The veil of Isis is a metaphor and allegorical artistic motif in which nature is personified as the goddess Isis covered by a veil, representing the inaccessibility of nature's secrets. It is often combined with a related motif, in which nature is portrayed as a goddess with multiple breasts who represents Isis, Artemi ... Read »


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    • Wellington boot

    • The Wellington boot is a type of boot based upon leather Hessian boots. They were worn and popularised by Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington. This novel "Wellington" boot became a staple of hunting and outdoor wear for the British in the early 19th century. They are common in contemporary society, and no longer ... Read »


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