Cotton fabrics got another boost in Paris, June 2. The Parisian "grands couturiers" put on?
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- Anti-Jewish signs on Dalymount Park and housing estates.
Jewish Synagogue, general view.
Sign - Dublin Hebrew Congregation.
Road sign - Adelaide Road - sight of Synagogue
Better shot of 4 above showing more of building.
Police on duty watching for any wall-painting near Synagogue.
Dalymount Park entrance.(FOOTBALL SQUAD)
C/U of entrance sign above.
Pan from Swastika on wall down to spilled paint.
Pan from arrow to obliterated sign on wall.
Newspaper banner announcing further anti Jewish signs found.
SV Beach ensemble, tent shaped, and brief shorts - pan to swan being fed.
SV Beach ensemble in White/Chocolate Brown with large Chocolate straw hat, model walks and joins girl wearing 1st ensemble shown.
SIDE V ..Two girls wearing beach ensembles - green shorts and skirt, both printed for beach-wear - and, left, bolero and slacks.
CU Swan feeds.
SV Girl in beach ensemble.
CU Above girl.
SV Another beach ensemble.
LV INT..Black and white ensemble with large yellow hat.
SV Ensemble with pantaloons and large hat.
CU Above model walks towards camera.
SV Ensemble of yellow and white with large pale yellow hat.
LV TOWARDS..White dress with rose coloured hat.
SV Guipure champagne dress.
SV White dress with large full skirt.
LV TOWARDS..Champagne-coloured dress with large sash at waist.
LV Ensemble with broderie anglaise etc.
CU Woman spectator makes notes.
LV Floral evening dress.
GV White dress with black trimmings.
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Background: Cotton fabrics got another boost in Paris, June 2. The Parisian "grands couturiers" put on a show of exclusive models - all of them made from "cotton-based" materials.
First on the programme at the Pavillon d'Ermenonville was a white beach ensemble, tent-like in shape and with brief shorts, by Hermes. Next, another beach outfit, in chocolate and white, with large straw hat, by Jacques Heim.
Charles Montaigne showed a skirt and shorts, with gay beach-wear print, and in thicker material, bolero and slacks in black and red. Other items and their creators were: white and black printed ensemble, large straw hat (Madeleine de Rauch); white top, "pantalon" with giant vivid Scottish tartan and huge hat of same material (Pierre Cardin); yellow and white Scottish ensemble with large yellow straw hat (Heim); dress in white guipure lace, pink hat (Maggy Rouff); champagne guipure dress (Balmain); fully pleated white dress (Rouff); champagne evening dress, guipure top, large pink and green belt (de Rauch); plain white dress with broderie anglaise top (Christian Dior); white evening dress with big matching pink flowers; and a white dress, with large black knot at the decollete (Heim).