Now that"s fast fashion! Couple model 100 years of style in 100 seconds


Now that”s fast fashion! Couple dance through the decades as they model 100 years of style in 100 seconds

12:31 AM on 9th September 2011

Century of style: The film opens with the dancing duo dressed in the fashion of 1911 - and proceeds to speed through the next 100 years

Century of style: The film opens with the dancing duo dressed in the fashion of 1911 – and proceeds to speed through the next 100 years

Dancing through the decades: styles from 1912 Dancing through the decades: styles from 1913

Dancing through the decades: Neatly tailored styles from 1912, left, and 1913, right

Natty in 1914: Cloche hats and T-bar shoes for ladies; boater hat and bowtie for the gents

Natty in 1914: Cloche hats and T-bar shoes for ladies; boater hat and bowtie for the gents

1920: Pencil skirts and stylish hats 1925: Tea dresses and flat caps

Roaring Twenties: While it”s best remembered for its sequined flapper dresses, street style from the 1920s was much more sober, with neat tailoring and tea dresses – and, of course, hats for both men and women

1939- 40: More hats - and it

1939-41: More floral and hats for the ladies – and it”s uniform for the men now that WWII has begun

Still swinging: 1940s fashion

Still swinging: Late 1940s fashion introduces the prom-style dress, with full skirt and nipped in waist – thanks to Dior”s New Look fashion collection in 1947

Fifties and fabulous: Jeans make an appearance, while both men and ladies venture out without hats Swinging sixties: Hemlines rise as the minidress comes into fashion

1950s – 1960s: Jeans make an appearance in the Fifties, left, while right, the swinging Sixties sees hemlines rise as the minidress comes into fashion

1970s hippy chic: The flower power decade saw wide-brimmed floppy hats and smocks for the ladies and high-waisted trousers and slim-fitting shirts for the men come into vogue

1970s hippy chic: The flower power decade saw wide-brimmed floppy hats and smocks for the ladies and high-waisted trousers and slim-fitting shirts for the men come into vogue

1970s, and the advent of punk: Vivienne Westwood and the Sex Pistols were the fashion leaders of the punk era

1970s – early 80s, and the advent of punk: Vivienne Westwood and the Sex Pistols were the fashion leaders of the punk era

1980s: Slicked hair, slick fashion and slick dance moves, as Madonna popularises vogueing on the dancefloor during the Eighties

1980s: Slicked hair, slick fashion and slick dance moves, as Madonna popularises vogueing on the dancefloor during the Eighties

Nineties ravers Present day: The couple end their journey through time in jeans and blazers

1990s – present day: Raving through the Nineties, left, and right, up to date as the couple end their journey through time in jeans and blazers