Fashion Awards - Technicolor. (1963)

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    This item is filmed in Technicolor. Savoy Hotel, London. Exterior of Savoy Hotel, London where a Fashion Awards ceremony is held. Group of five girls wearing Pierre Cardin's coats collection - they are wearing great thigh boots. Panning shot showing faces of three girls with interesting hair styles and hats. Audience watching. Several shots of the girls wearing Mary Quant creations (chequered black & white knickerbockers, dresses and skirts) combined with with yellow stockings and black and white shoes. Girls' faces, showing makeup, hairstyles and hats. Reginald Maudling with wife in the audience. Girl modelling two colour fur coat. Isaac Wolfson watching the show. Pierre Cardin's favourite Japanese model Hiroko, modelling a poncho style coat and thigh boots, audience applauding. More Mary Quant chequered creations. Various shots of Mary Quant's PVC rainwear collection - raincoats, boots and hats - cute. More shots of the awarded designs and audience watching. Trumpeters sounding fanfares before presentation of the awards. Duchess of Buccleuch presenting awards. Pierre Cardin being presented with the Sunday Times International Fashion Award for France. Several shots of Mary Quant being presented with the Sunday Times International Fashion Award for Britain, pan down to her shoes - very stylish. She goes back to her seat. Various shots of the girls on the stage wearing colourful Pucci designs - weird and wonderful. Emilio Pucci was the winner of a Special Sunday Times International Fashion Award. 90,000 historic films, all SEARCHABLE on YouTube at: Join us on Facebook at: Tweet us @britishpathe FILM ID:1776.31
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    Resource type: Video
    Added by: Simon Cotterill
    Last modified: 8 years, 11 months ago
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