ARTICLES & FEATURES
A popular face on the vintage scene Fiona has become a regular feature writer for the “Best of British” magazine, the UK’s top nostalgia monthly.
Highly respected amongst her peers for her wonderful voice, superb musical arrangements and exquisite costumes Fiona has lead the way in vintage entertainment inspiring her contemporaries and invoking interest where ever she goes.
Despite being dyslexic and greatly in demand Fiona regularly produces articles, writing on a variety of fashion and music-related topics connected with the 1940s and vintage scene.
Fiona also keeps a blog diary and has an ever growing following through her Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram.
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Best of British: Doing the Lambeth Walk
Fiona Harrison is struck by the enduring appeal of Me and My Girl, which has been delighting theatre audiences for 85 years.
Fashion on the Ration
Fiona talks about fashion during the Second World War and the effects that fashion restrictions had on the public.
Stocking Up for Romance
Fiona opens her style file on stockings.
What can vintage music fans expect in the next few years? Fiona Harrison talks about 1940s events and spotting the changing trends.
Treading the Boards
Fiona Harrison shares with us her extensive knowledge of the Music Hall Stage.
Forties Entertainer Fiona Harrison talks about women’s uniforms of WWII.
Every Girl a Pin – Up
Fiona Harrison shares some of her 1940s secrets on how to stay young and beautiful.
Knitting on the Blitz
Entertainer Fiona Harrison shows us her wardrobe of 1940s knitwear.
Glam it Up
The Party season is nearly on us again and so Fiona Harrison takes us through her wardrobe of vintage fashion.
Fiona Harrison takes us through her glamorous wardrobe of 1940s clothes and tells you what’s hot, what’s not, what to choose, and what to lose.