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Soviet Fashion to be Displayed in Tsaritsyno
7.02.2012 10:58
Soviet Fashion to be Displayed in Tsaritsyno
Tsaritsyno Museum

Exhibition Fashion behind the Iron Curtain. Dresses of Stars of the Soviet epoch presenting over a thousand exhibits of the 1920s-1990s will be opened in the Tsaritsyno Museum on February, 22nd.
      Dresses, suits, footwear, accessories, samples of Soviet perfumes, illustrations of fashion magazines and photos displayed here show what people used to wear in the USSR and how stars of the Soviet epoch managed not to pale before other celebrities on international events in the conditions of total shortage.
      Memorial things make about 60 percent of the entire exhibition. Altogether the exhibition will include about 1000 exhibits and photos.
      The exposition is a part of the project
      History of costume and fashion from Catherine II till present, which has been implemented in Tsaritsyno since 2005.
      The exhibition will run till June, 12th, 2012.
Author: Vera Ivanova

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