Pringle Fashion Show 1952

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    Wool fashions at the Pringles Fashion Show in London.

    M/S Three models wearing slacks waiting on stairs, the first one walks off past camera C/U Two remaining models. M/S Empty room woman placing reserve cards on chairs. C/U Putting invitations on chairs. M/S the first model walks round and off. M/S Model parading. M/S. Three models going upstairs. C/U Dresser and two models. C/U Two models pan shot. C/U Model wearing woollen jacket.

    M/S Dresser puts handkerchief in models pocket. C/U Woman laying programmes on seats. M/S Dresser calls upstairs model wearing low front pauses on stairs C/U Model in low frontage dress. C/U Dresser looking. M/S Model wearing slacks pauses to adjust bow. C/U Model pan down to bow. C/U Pan shots empty seats. C/U Sign Press information C/U Members of women's press coming up stairs. M/S Going into press room. M/S Two shots women looking at stills of models. C/U Photographs.

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    British Pathé
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    01:05:48:00 / 01:08:04:00
    NP 396
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    NP 396
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    fashion fashion trends 1939-1954 FASHION TRENDS 1939 - 54 Fashion pringle Knitting 50's Fashion Pringle of Scotland
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  • "Model wearing slacks pauses" - her name is Susan Hook.

    jamied 16th Oct 2012

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