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Influence of Feature Films on the Soviet Fashion Industry of the 1960s-1970s

Student: Valeriya Kayde

Supervisor: Victoria O. Vasileva

Faculty: Faculty of Humanities

Educational Programme: Cultural Studies (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2016

This study is aimed at investigating connection between feature movies and the fashion industry. While clothing reveals the way people think, it is important to understand the reasons why fashion changes, especially if it does so dramatically as it was in the twentieth century. During that time movies played an important role in society that also influenced on people’s appearance. Therefore the purpose of this project is to find out how feature films took part in transformation of fashion. In order to examine this connection it is necessary to analyze fashion in movies and everyday life. The results suggest that films are a mediator between the high and casual fashion.

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