1. Sambourne described this stylish woman as a “shop girl”:
2. Woman seemingly unaware that she is being photographed:
3. The RBKC Library notes: “July 1906 in Notting Hill Gate – even in summer gloves are worn and one of these two women carries a muff.”
4. A formally dressed woman — wearing the popular “pouter pigeon” style blouse.
5. Another popular trend: ridiculously large hats.
6. Woman rocking the checked suit with attitude.
7. Maid reading the paper (on her way to work?).
8. Another maid cleaning the steps of a townhouse in Cheniston Gardens.
9. A young woman wearing a tall collared blouse, with a necktie – a style adapted from menswear.
10. A family out for a stroll on St Albans Road.
11. A woman given a very editorial pose on Cromwell Road.
12. A girl adjusting her hat after dismounting from her bike.
13. An elegantly dressed upper-class woman walking with her two sons along Cromwell Road.