Schoolgirl Tippy Gray has a brilliant flair for fashion and her designs inspire her elder sister, Dianne, to open a boutique, which they name Top Gear.
- Tippy’s Top Gear – Judy: #480 (22 March 1969) – (?)
In The Glamour World of Victoria Jones – a mysterious veiled woman, Miss Trent, had offered to help schoolgirl Victoria and her widowed mother by giving them jobs in her dress shop as models. Victoria returns in sequels:
Victoria Jones – and the Queen of Diamonds
Victoria Jones and her friend Anna are searching for Victoria’s mother, who has disappeared on a modelling tour of Europe. They are being aided in their quest by Madame Carnez, who says she had organised the tour. The mystery deepens when diving gear that Madame Carnez loaned them yields diamonds hidden in the spear gun. After seeing Madame Carnez’s reaction to this, Victoria thinks she is concealing something.
Victoria Jones – and the Dragon Girl
Victoria and her mother now owning a gown salon, hire a Chinese girl Suzi as a model. Victoria begins to suspect her of thievery but is then surprised to find out Suzi is working for the police.
Victoria Jones and the Golden Dresses
Victoria buys up golden material in Greece and makes six dresses from them. Then Secret Service informs her that a secret code is interwoven into the fabric, which she received by mistake, and the dresses need to be recovered before enemy agents get to them.
Victoria Jones and the Black Cat Boutique
A rival boutique, the Black Cat Boutique, opens up. Its owner, “Black Mary” MacRae, makes direct threats to put Victoria out of business after Victoria offends her, and there’s a story that she’s a witch.
- The plot of Victoria Jones and the Golden Dresses seems to be reused from [Diana] Jane-Model Miss story
- Artist: Norman Lee (The Glamour World of Victoria Jones / Victoria Jones and the Queen of Diamonds/ Victoria Jones and the Dragon Girl)
- Different artists drew the sequels.
- The Glamour World of Victoria Jones – Debbie: #121 (7 June 1975) – #128 (26 July 1975)
- Victoria Jones and the Queen of Diamonds – Debbie: #136 (20 September 1975) – #150 (27 December 1975)
- Victoria Jones and the Dragon Girl – Debbie: #171 (22 May 1976) – #179 (17 July 1976)
- Victoria Jones and the Mystery Princess – #247 (5 November 1977) – #252 (10 December 1977)
- Victoria Jones and the Golden Dresses – Debbie: #271 (22 April 1978) – #279 (17 June 1978)
- Victoria Jones and the Black Cat Boutique – Debbie: #320 (31 March 1979) – #323 (21 April 1979)
Freda works for fashion designer Madame Mariella.
- Freda’s in Fashion – Debbie: #1 (17 February 1973) – #12 (5 May 1973)
Billie is a fashion designer and her younger sister Lynn is her model and assistant.
- My Big Sister Billie– Diana: #300 (16 Nov. 1968) – #313 (15 Feb. 1969)
- My Big Sister Billie – Diana Annual 1970
A humour strip following Kate – a dedicated follower of fashion.
- In Debbie it started off as a 1 page strip usually on the back page, later in issue #186 it increased to a 2 page strip, usually in middle page.
- Up-to-Date Kate – Diana: circa #260 (23 Feb 1963) – #476?
- Up-to-Date Kate – Debbie: circa #121 (7 June 1975) – (?)
- Up-to-Date Kate – Debbie: #134 (6 September 1975) – #160? (6 March 1976)
- Up-to-Date Kate – Debbie: #186 (4 September 1976) – #282 (8 July 1978)
A humour strip, about Wendy is a girl concerned with keeping up to date with all current trends and often starts new trends herself.
- Trendy Wendy – Debbie: #453 (17 October 1981) – #517 (8 January 1983) [ no episodes in issues; #473, #474, #499, #500, #501, #505, #506 or #507]
- Trendy Wendy (x2) – Debbie Annual 1983
- Trendy Wendy (x2) – Debbie Annual 1984
Madame Sheridan owner of the House of Gemini ( a fashion house) tells the stories of the Gemini Girls.
- The Gemini Girls – Suzy: #236 (14 March 1987) – #245 (16 May 1987)