Historical figures were first introduced on British banknotes in 1970, since when there have been only two women: Fry and Florence Nightingale. The others have all been men, from William Shakespeare and Charles Dickens to composer Sir Edward Elgar and scientist Michael Faraday. (Rankin, 2013).
A bolt of raw silk, the colour of honey, had been breached and now hung about her, firmly tacked…
"The New Look is exhausting. The girls in the workroom complain. I could kill Christian Dior." (Brookner, 1983, p.11).
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.