Fashion Design from Top to Toe
Year: 2005
Run-Time: 1 x 51 min.

Directed by Frederick Baker, Sandra Fasolt

A co-production by ORF and Filmbäckerei Fasolt - Baker KEG

Languages: German (ORIGINAL)
Format: 16:9 , 16:9

Fashion Design from Top to Toe

Modische Inszenierungen von Kopf bis Fuss

Be it the style icon Sisi, whose court purveyors exported gloves and hats across the world; the fashion designer Adelmüller, who rose to international fame with his costume designs for films starring Paula Wessely or Zarah Leander; painter Klimt's muse Emilia Flöge, who headed a noted fashion boutique during the days of the Vienna Secession movement; or Jean-Paul Gaultier and Chantal Thomass, whose collections are inspired by Austrian folkloric costumes: Fashion has always been celebrated as intensely pleasurable throughout time. One chapter is explicitly devoted to traditional garments such as the popular Germanic costumes worn during the Nazi era, or the African dresses flaunted on festive occasions. The film by Frederick Baker and Sandra Fasolt, the makers of BBC/ARENA productions such as "Imagine, Imagine", forays the Austrian fashion world both past and present, and relates stories about garments, from the luxurious Baroque period to minimalist modernism.
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