Film
This Is How Our Fashine Originates.. (1964)

Film-document №6025 1 part, Duration: 0:09:22 to collection Price category A

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Producer CSDF (RCSDF)

Director: Oshurkov M., Plotnikova V.

Operators: Oshurkov M.

Anouncers: Vdovina T.

Text writers: Okuneva V.

Annotation

A film about the fashion show in "Sokolniki" with models from different countries participating in it.

Historical background

In May 1964, in Moscow's Park of Culture and Rest "Sokolniki" held the sixth meeting of a permanent working group on cultural clothing of the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance for light industry. Fashion designer from Bulgaria, Hungary, East Germany, Poland, Romania, Mongolia, the USSR and Czechoslovakia showed different models of clothes. Artists and experts of the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance shared their experience in the textile and light industry and selected the best model clothes for the introduction of mass production.

Temporary description

The sixth meeting of the permanent working group of the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (CMEA) for a culture of clothing in the Moscow Park of Culture and Rest "Sokolniki". View Park. The models demonstrate the model's clothing: women, men, children, working fashion designers in Bulgaria, Hungary, East Germany, Poland, Romania, USSR, Czechoslovakia and Mongolia. At the stands of knitted goods from wool, cotton, artificial and synthetic fibers, leather, furs, shoes. Parade participants of the demonstration modes.

Reel №1

General view of the park "Sokolniki" and pavilion that hosted various exhibitions.

Stairs down mannequins.

The exhibition stands knitwear made of wool and synthetic fibers - CU., PNRM.

Leather goods, presented by the Mongolian People's Republic.

Stands with models of shoes, bags of leather and synthetic leather and fabrics.

Demonstration of clothing mannequins (work wear, casual wear, knitwear products, evening dresses).

Demonstration models of clothes for men.

Demonstration models of clothes for children.

Watching and applauding spectators.