Fashion Show In Cardiff Aka Berketex Fashions… 1952

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    Cardiff, Wales. Fashion by Norman Hartnell on show in Wales.

    GV. Models parading in Cardiff's new Pavilion in Sophia Gardens (first 7 for super title). SV. Model wearing 'Modest Violet' right and 'Sunny' left. SV. 'Model Violet' Dress in printed chiffon for Ascot or cocktails. Removing cape revealing corsage. SV. Audience. SV. Towards, model whirling round ('Sunny') CU. Maker of dresses Mr. Berker, pan in to Norman Hartnell. SV. Model wearing 'Dupion Day Dress' with flyaway cuffs and high bodice pockets and black hat. CU. High bodice pockets of 'Dupion Day Dress' CU. Flyaway cuff 'Dupion Day Dress' SV. Women in audience. GV. Pan along waiting queue. SV. Women going into pavilion. SV. Model wearing 'Mixed Bunch' turning in front of mirror. SV. Women in audience. STV. Rayon foulard print dress... No. 3 on programme. CU. White hat with black brim and dress with sleeveless bodice shirt collar and pique vestee SV. A girl in Welsh costume emerging from behind models wearing Hartnell dresses & CU.

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    British Pathé
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    Sound
    Media URN:
    27323
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    Available on request
    Film ID:
    23.05
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    Black & White
    Duration
    00:01:09:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:03:57:00 / 01:05:06:00
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    52/28
    Sort Number:
    52/028
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