|Big Bold and Spanish- (ish)|
In a way what is interesting here is the stuff that only just gets in -like the fact that manufacturing is outsourced (to the far east), this is quite marginalised even in films showing production but it does make the idea of the shoes as Spanish a little problematic (to me) - but it's the same deal as Dyson vacuum cleaners - but the spin is better used by Sir James?
|Quirky footwear on show.|
Away from the use of cheaper labour - I was also intrigued to know that the brand (Camper) is now stretched to a hotel chain - who would have seen that?
In fact what surprised exposed in a couple of pictures was recent history reflecting modern UK life.
The Zebra crossing was introduced in the UK in 1951 as was too the first pedestrian precinct (although I feel this is slightly more contentious) - that really doesn't seem that long ago and for me is one to file along with The Times only starting to have front page 'News' in 1966 .
|And precincts too|
|1951 new fangled crossings arrive|
|Wow! That's colourful and not 1951|