1 Which historical figure was said to have told his tailor to sew buttons onto the sleeves of his soldiers jackets to stop them wiping their noses on their sleeves? Napoleon Bonaparte
2 Falda is Spanish for which item of clothing? Skirt
3 In the 17th Century, which Eurasian country ordered men to pay a tax on their beard, in order to keep the men clean shaven? Russia
4 Which natural facial feature does the ‘Mona Lisa’ not have? Eyebrows
5 From 1784 to 1811 the British government levied a tax on which item of men’s attire? Hats
6 In 16th Century Italy, what were ‘Chopines’? Platform shoes
7 In 1913, New York socialite Mary Phelps Jacob created which first modern item of clothing out of two silk handkerchiefs? Brassiere
8 Fashion designer Helmut Lang was born in which country? Austria
9 The Kelly Bag was named after which Hollywood actress? Grace Kelly
10 Red-soled shoes are the signature of which fashion designer? Christian Louboutin
11 What was the name of the boutique run by Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood at 430 King’s Road, London, between 1974 and 1976? Sex
12 What style of coat was referred to in the Royal Navy as a ‘Convoy Coat’? Duffle coat
13 In 1936, what colour tab was attached to the right rear pocket of Levi jeans, so they could be identified at a distance? Red
14 Who designed Victoria Beckham’s wedding dress? Vera Wang
15 In 1958, ‘His Clothes’ was the first boutique to open in which London street? Carnaby Street
16 Which British luxury brand has a logo featuring an equestrian knight and the Latin word ‘Prorsum’? Burberry
17 A ‘Justacorps’ was which type of garment worn by men in the 17th and 18th Centuries? Coat
18 American businesswoman Bobbi Brown is famous for which fashion items? Make-up/cosmetics
19 Which fashion brand had the advertising tagline ‘When you put it on, something happens’? Members Only
20 Who first designed the jersey wrap dress in 1972? Diane von Furstenberg