By Lynne Mesher
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BARBARA HULANICKI I didn’t want to make clothes for kept women … I wanted to make clothes for people in the street … I always tried to get prices down, down, down to the bare minimum. \ Fashion \ / Leisure and entertainment / Branding Retail sectors and Identity Home Consumer culture emerged in America in the 1950s following the Second World War. The focus of advertising was on enticing women back into the home after working in factories, filling jobs vacated by servicemen fighting abroad. The home featured predominantly in the role of the suburban housewife and kitchen gadgets and appliances became must-have items.
Before the department store, shops were highly specialised and expensive, with a low turnover and high overheads for non-food purchases. Drapery retailers began to see that the rationale of indoor food markets could work for the textile industry, in supplying products to a mass market. The layout was forever changing and growing as new lines were added, making the stores into the rambling spaces we still experience today. Later, buildings were purpose built and designed in a range of impressive architectural styles.
Furniture could be bought from a small number of highstreet retailers. It was designed to suit the space within new governmentowned houses and flats that were being built at that time. Interior decoration and home DIY were becoming Britain’s post-war pre-occupation, and therefore the need for paint, wallpaper, flooring and furniture had a positive impact on the retailing industry. 050/051 Homeware and mass consumerism Britain first came in contact with the flat-pack concept in the early 1960s when Terence Conran launched his own furniture collection, Habitat.