Headless mannequins seemingly move towards you in a manner yet more creepy than the infamous Jackson’s mannequins
In the first Elizabethan era the fashion was to dress children in miniature forms of adult clothing. With heads still attached, though Liz’s dad was keen on perpetuating headlessness
Since then, the English fashions for dressing children have varied greatly. But generally there has been a clear distinction between styles for different age groups. Youngsters are dressed distinctively. You could tell the age of a child by the clothes they wore. It looks like this dress fashion is beginning to follow the theme of the first Elizabethan period, dress children as mini-adult and
Off with their heads!