DAKS LONDON FASHION WEEK. DRESS 2011 FASHION.
Star Wars 3.75 Vintage Figure Dak
Hasbro Star Wars 3.75-Inch Vintage Figure Dak89% (8)
Celebrate the legendary Star Wars saga that changed the universe forever. This collection brings to life the incredible story of good versus evil that captured our imagination and took us to a galaxy far, far away. These iconic Star Wars heroes and villains are captured with incredible detail and premium features to commemorate each epic tale in the Star Wars saga. The figures in this series come with weapon accessories. Based on the character from the classic The Empire Strikes Back film, this articulated action figure and his lightsaber accessory come in a reproduction of the same packaging the original figure was released in. Whether you're recreating exciting battle scenes or building up your collection, the fun is sure to be epic. The figure comes with accessories. May the Force be with you.
Product Dimensions (inches): 1.4 (L) x 6 (W) x 9 (H)
Age: 4 years and up
Home of DAKS
Large scale project to convert the old Simpson factory to residential use. History: "One large employer whose premises survived the war was Simpson’s clothing company, who made 'DAKS' clothing and other ranges. They built a model factory on Stoke Newington Road, it was the most advanced clothing factory of the time, producing 11,000 garments a day at one point and employing 3,000 people. It is now the Halkevi Turkish Community Centre." "The history of DAKS Simpson began in 1894, when Simeon Simpson established a bespoke tailoring factory in Whitechapel in the City of London supplying top quality men’s clothing shops. Simeon Simpson was especially interested in the development of new and improved manufacturing techniques, and at the time of his death in 1932, handed this approach onto his son, Alec Simpson. In the early 1930’s, Alec decided to introduce a good quality ready-to-wear tailoring range and in 1934, invented the “self supporting” waistband, for which the company held the worldwide patent for many years. At the same time the brand name DAKS was created, derived from the words “Dad” and “Slacks”. Under the DAKS name, the company became the largest manufacturer of top quality menswear in Britain, selling throughout the world. Alec decided that the company should have its own retail outlet, and in 1936, the store, Simpson Piccadilly was opened. In 1956, Simpson Piccadilly was granted the Royal Warrant of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, followed by the Royal Warrant of HM The Queen in 1962 and HRH The Prince of Wales in 1983."DAKS advert, issued by Simpson's of London - 1947
Simpson's were a famous brand and at this time had their flagship store on Piccadilly in London. The company's tailoring workshops, in north London, made the famous 'Daks' trousers as seen here. Daks advertising is amongst the most stylish, modernist of its kind - the logo, and advert, designed by Ashley Havinden of Crawford's agency.
Brings together interviews with more than eighty survivors to recount one of the bloodiest battles of the Vietnam War, the 1967 campaign in the mountains of Dak To, during which members of the 173rd Airborne Brigade found themselves caught up in a deadly struggle against overwhelming odds, often cut off from supplies, communications, and reinforcements.See also:
Brings together interviews with more than eighty survivors to recount one of the bloodiest battles of the Vietnam War, the 1967 campaign in the mountains of Dak To, during which members of the 173rd Airborne Brigade found themselves caught up in a deadly struggle against overwhelming odds, often cut off from supplies, communications, and reinforcements.
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