Creating A Creation 1920

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    An expert from "Maison Lewis" demonstrates how easily a simple shape may be transformed into many charming hats.

    First the "Napoleon" creation. C/U of a woman worker folding back the brim of a hat and fixing a feather trim to the front of the hat. M/S of the milliner putting the hat on to a model who then poses for the camera. She turns to show the hat from different sides. C/U of a hat being stitched. The brim is turned up in three places. C/U of the hat being modelled - it has a very large bow on the side. Again the head is turned to show all around the hat. A hat with an ostrich feather trim is made before our eyes as the milliner pins a large feather boa affair onto the crown of a hat. The model turns her head for the camera.

    Intertitle reads: "And doubtless other possibilities will suggest themselves to our lady patrons."

    Note: some crazy looking hats!

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    British Pathé
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    Media URN:
    14823
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    Available on request
    Film ID:
    864.11
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    Black & White
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    00:03:29:00
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    01:27:11:00 / 01:30:40:00
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    EP 076
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    EP 076
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