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In the 1940s, during the outbreak of World War II, Australia found itself in danger of being invaded by Japan. On the home front loved ones, who were separated from their husbands and sweethearts, sent letters to Aussie troops serving across Europe and Asia.


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A golden age of glamour emerged in the 1930s, as women looked to Hollywood starlets for style inspiration. In spite of the Depression, slick and sexy marketing turned corsetry and hosiery into high fashion. With an emphasis on the hips and bust, women clamoured to look like their screen idols.


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A range like BONDS100 doesn’t just appear by magic. There are so many bright, talented and passionate people that have worked behind-the-scenes to bring the best of what Bonds has to offer to you – our loyal and awesome customers!

So, who exactly is responsible for our latest eye-popping prints, branded waistbands and sporty separates? Meet Rene Kininmonth and Kasey Doroszuk, two of the creative geniuses behind the range that celebrates Bonds’ 100th birthday. We chatted to Rene, who is one of our women’s underwear designers and Kasey, who designs our babywear range, to find out what exactly went into designing such an important and memorable collection.


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The 1920s brought the arrival of a new type of modern woman – the flapper. Bobbed hair, jazz music and provocative dancing were all the rage in the Roaring Twenties, as women found greater freedom and expression in working outside the home and access to education.


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