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...Courtelle’s Autumn/Winter 1982 show took place in honor of the Courtelle Awards, organized by the Courtaulds company. Courtelle is a trademarked name for a synthetic acrylic fiber, originally owned by the British company Courtaulds until...
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...An event presented by the actress June Whitfield for Spring/Summer 1982. The show featured both womenswear and menswear with simple elegant garments and tailoring for men being the most popular, and below the knee length, long sleeve...
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...Caroline Charles's Spring/Summer 1982 womenswear show was presented at London Fashion Week. The collection opened with a variety of brightly colored horizontal striped wrap and tired skirts, cropped tops and loose-fitting pants worn...
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...Fashion Show’s Autumn/Winter 1982 show was presented at London fashion week and was inspired by the sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries. The collection presented rich and sumptuous period gowns and re-interpreted simple...
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...Silk Show’s Spring/Summer 1982 collection was presented during London Fashion Week. The show opened with tailoring and featured wide-leg, high-waisted pants, and fitted jackets. Sequins also made an appearance and were either heavily...
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...Jaeger’s Spring/Summer 1982 show took place at London Fashion Week. Menswear focused on traditional tailoring, with plain suits in gray and beige being key staples alongside chino pants for more casual looks, paired with cotton blouson...
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...Zandra Rhodes’s Spring/ Summer 1982 show entitled ‘The Fairy Collection’ was presented at Olympia during London Fashion Week. The collection showcased influences of mystical fantasy mixed with 1920’s chic. Models twirled through hanging...
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...Reldan's Spring/Summer 1982 womenswear show was presented at London Fashion Week. The collection mainly featured color-blocking and simple cuts constructed from loose-fitting materials. The main focus of the show was a sailor themed section...