This Week Of Fashion (1960)

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    London. GV. Girls modelling dresses from the Frederick Stark Collection during London Fashion Week. SV. Model walking past camera wearing Stark creation called peppercorn which sells for £9.19.6. SV. The director of the show, Michael Whitaker, showing girl how to move to display a dress. CU. Man and woman watching. SV. Pan, Michael Whitaker prancing across the stage. SV. Michael Whitaker 'performs' while showing the girls how to express themselves. SV. Model wearing Matina House Creation called 'Ascot' which is a matching ensemble of sage green and white printed silk surah coat and suit which sells for £36.4.6. SV. Models from the house of Susan Small in 1920's type creations dance Charleston on stage. SCU. The girls' feet as they dance, pan up to their heads. SV. Model dressed in Matador pants and overskirt of silk - she sits down holding back the overskirt to reveal the pants. SV. Bride and groom, bride is wearing a Frank Usher creation called 'Juliet' which is a dress in silk embroidered 'brynylon' net which sells for £36.16. They walk toward camera. GV. The Bride and groom followed by bridesmaids. SV. Model wearing coat in turquoise pure silk shantung. Creation is called 'First Night' and sells for £12.1.6. It is worn over 'Aqua' - a dress of pure silk embroidered shantung which sells for £20.9.6. SV. Model parading wearing a Jean and Peggy Allen creation - full skirted long evening dress with skirt in printed taffeta - this creation sells for £12.12. (Orig. Neg.) 90,000 historic films, all SEARCHABLE on YouTube at: Join us on Facebook at: Tweet us @britishpathe FILM ID:1698.05
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    Added by: Simon Cotterill
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