From Top To Toe - Fashion Show 1957

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    Savoy Hotel, London.

    LV. Fashion show in progress with three girls in red tights and fancy head-dresses dancing as witches. SV. People watching. CU. Pan down the three girls in red tights. CU. Designer Norman Hartnell and Jessica Daves of Vogue USA. SV. Three girls displaying Hawaiian inspired hats by Aaga Thaarup. Left to right - 'Paple' 'Aloha' and 'Huapala'.

    SV. Girl parading towards camera showing hairstyle called 'Candlelight' by Mr Steiner. SCU. Mr Steiner and wife watching his hairdo being shown. TV. Close, hairstyle 'Candlelight.' SV. Sir Hartley Shawcross and party watching the show, actress Valerie Hobson is with him. SV. Display of shoes. Right to left - 'Tallulah', 'Captain Hook' and 'Hibiscus'. CU. Shoes 'Hibiscus'. LV. Three girls in slave girl outfits wearing strapless, low back, front fastening Berlei bra in nylon lace over nylon voile. CU. Girls turning to reveal low back of the bra. CU. The back. SV. Aaga Thaarup with friends, watching. SV. The three girls in slave girl outfits doing slave dance.


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    01:47:40:00 / 01:48:43:00
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    Temporary workspace: 1.3.2010 15:14 Valerie Hobson Fashion Vogue
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