Here we present the latest feature on our archive Vintage Fashion channel on YouTube.
A beautiful 1940s fashion feature in lush color shot by the great cinematographer Jack Cardiff – this rare piece of film is provided by the British Council.
You can now see a stunning AI enhanced version of this film. Watch in 4k 60 fps .
1940’s Technicolor Fashion Film – AI Enhanced version
“You know – fashion is too often considered the exclusive property of a few wealthy women.
In this collection of dresses for South America – the British Cotton Board of Colour Style and Design Centre – has assembled for all women the work of famous fashion houses –
Their names read like inscriptions from the walls of the temple of fashion – Molyneux, Norman Hartnell, Digby Morton, Worth, Paquin, Peter Russell …and helped by materials cleverly patterned to assist in the cutting – cotton now hangs in those lovely lines that we thought belonged only to silk and satin – day dresses, suits and evening gowns as well.
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