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Dressed to impress - the risque costume's from Christine Keeler's cabaret club.<br />
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The glamorous costume designs from the notorious Murrays Cabarat Club in the heart of 1950's Soho have been rediscovered .<br />
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They give a unique peek into its glamorous world populated by such diverse clientele as Princess Margaret, Jean Harlow, Randolph Churchill and even the Kray twins.<br />
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The sketches show off the barely-there outfits the scantily-clad performers such as Christine Keeler wore in the fifties and swinging sixties.<br />
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Keeler was the most famous showgirl, whose affair with war minister John Profumo helped bring down the Conservative government in 1964.