teddy girl


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teddy girl

n
(Clothing & Fashion) a girl companion to a teddy boy
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For example, our SS15 POPIDIA collection was inspired by the Benin kingdom in Nigeria and the pop art movement as a tribute to Queen Idia's history and iconography, while the AW15 COSH collection was inspired by Teddy Girls, also known as Judies, a subculture of the Teddy Boys in 1950s Britain -- giving a nod to Teddy Girl fashion, to a style that reinvented utility into elegance.
You couldn't let the kids touch this PS110,000 Steiff bear called Teddy Girl. But first owner Colonel Bob Henderson took her everywhere, even the D-Day landings.
In December 1994, the auction house Christie's in London broke records when a Japanese businessman paid pounds 110,000 for a 1905 Steiff bear called Teddy Girl.
Patsy Kensit & Robin Windsor Pam Stephenson & James Jordan Scott Maslen & Natalie Lowe Kara Tointon & Artem Chigvintsev Michelle Williams & Brendan Cole Matt Baker & Aliona Vilani Goldie & Kristina Rihanoff O'Brien & Jared Murillo Gavin Henson & Katya Virshilas Kendal & Vincent Simone Oxford student Colin Maltby in the 70s Flavia Cacace & Jimi Mistry Peter Shilton & Erin Boag Paul Daniels & Ola Jordan Teddy girl Ann in Singapore in 1952 A fine romance, Ann with boyfriend and fellow Ann takes a bow with partner Anton Du Beke on Strictly
Like their male counterparts, Teddy Girls took "every fashion to excess." (88) As they too expanded their wardrobe, a fashion-conscious Teddy Girl could choose from several styles:
We want to find new owners for our bears who will love them as much as we do." Christie's holds the world record for the price fetched for a teddy bear - Teddy Girl, a Cinnamon Steiff, which was sold for pounds 110,000 in 1994.
Just a few years later, another Steiff design, a 1904 cinnamon bear called Teddy Girl, fetched twice as much from Yoshihiro Sekiguchi, founder of a Japanese toy museum.
The event causes waves of collecting fever throughout the world with successive auctions seeing higher and higher prices until the present world record of pounds 110,000 was paid for Teddy Girl at a sale at Christie's in South Kensington.
Her performances in "The Widow" and "Winter Love" (1968), and "Teddy Girl" (1969) won her much critical acclaim.
Pope & Talbot 1500 S.W First Avenue Portland, OR 97201 Telephone: 503-228-9161 Fax: 503-220-2721 President: Peter Pope Location of Plants: Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, New York, Georgia, California Brand Names: Baby Comfort, Teddy Bear, Teddy Girl, Teddy Boy, Baby Care, Softec, By Myself, Big Uns