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COVERAGE FOR A LINDA PATTILLO AMERICAN AGENDA CS VO IN FORT WORTH, TEXAS ABOUT GANG VIOLENCE. 09:00:05 CU FTG OF MEMBERS OF CRIPS GANG, WEARING BLUE BANDANAS. WS PATTILLO AND GANG. 09:01:49 FTG OF MEMBERS HUDDLED TOGETHER, LEANING AGAINST WALL, SHOOTING DICE NEAR A DILAPIDATED DRIVE IN. ZOOM IN ON MEMBER W/ A BEEPER TUCKED IN THE MIDDLE OF HIS LOW SLUNG OVERSIZED PANTS; MOST OF HIS BOXER SHORTS ARE REVEALED. FTG OF MEMBERS DEFINING THE GRAFFITI THEY HAVE SCRAWLED ON A WALL. 09:05:15 ZOOM IN ON TATTOO ON MEMBER'S NECK WHICH READS 103 GRAPE STREET. CU MEMBERS LOW SLUNG PANTS WITH BOXER SHORTS ALMOST COMPLETELY EXPOSED. LS CRIPS GRAFFITI COVERED WALLS. 09:09:24 INTV W/ OFFICER HT YOUNG OF THE FORT WORTH POLICE GANG UNIT WHO DISCUSSES PURPOSE OF ZERO TOLERANCE. 09:15:49 TWO SHOT OVER YOUNG FACING PATTILLO OVER PATTILLO'S LEFT SHOULDER. ZOOM IN ON YOUNG. 09:16:52 FTG OF GRAFFITI COVERED NEIGHBORHOOD WALLS SHOT THROUGH CAR WINDSHILD. FTG OF LOWER INCOME RESIDENTIAL AREA THROUGH CAR WINDSHIELD, SEVERAL HOUSES ARE BOARDED UP. CU CRIP GRAFFITI FILLING WALLS OF ABANDONED BUILDINGS AND SIDE OF SMALL STORE.
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Fashion show by Patrick Kelly continuing, fashion models in over-sized denim overalls and fun summery ruffled dresses, skirts and pants. Photographers leaning against runway taking photos.
WHAT’S HOT - FASHION SPRING/SUMMER 1984
A LOOK AT WHAT’S HOT IN FASHION TRENDS FOR SPRING AND SUMMER OF 1984.
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NEXT GROUP OF MODELS WEARING BLACK AND WHITE ENSEMBLES INCLUDING STRIPED PANTS AND LONG STRIPED SKIRTS, OVERSIZED HOOPED EARRINGS, BATHING SUIT WITH LONG STRIPED TOP, BLACK AND WHITE SHOES, BIG SUNGLASSES.
FORT WORTH GANGS
COVERAGE FOR A LINDA PATTILLO AMERICAN AGENDA CS VO IN FORT WORTH, TEXAS ABOUT GANG VIOLENCE. 09:00:05 CU FTG OF MEMBERS OF CRIPS GANG, WEARING BLUE BANDANAS. WS PATTILLO AND GANG. 09:01:49 FTG OF MEMBERS HUDDLED TOGETHER, LEANING AGAINST WALL, SHOOTING DICE NEAR A DILAPIDATED DRIVE IN. ZOOM IN ON MEMBER W/ A BEEPER TUCKED IN THE MIDDLE OF HIS LOW SLUNG OVERSIZED PANTS; MOST OF HIS BOXER SHORTS ARE REVEALED. FTG OF MEMBERS DEFINING THE GRAFFITI THEY HAVE SCRAWLED ON A WALL. 09:05:15 ZOOM IN ON TATTOO ON MEMBER'S NECK WHICH READS 103 GRAPE STREET. CU MEMBERS LOW SLUNG PANTS WITH BOXER SHORTS ALMOST COMPLETELY EXPOSED. LS CRIPS GRAFFITI COVERED WALLS. 09:09:24 INTV W/ OFFICER HT YOUNG OF THE FORT WORTH POLICE GANG UNIT WHO DISCUSSES PURPOSE OF ZERO TOLERANCE. 09:15:49 TWO SHOT OVER YOUNG FACING PATTILLO OVER PATTILLO'S LEFT SHOULDER. ZOOM IN ON YOUNG. 09:16:52 FTG OF GRAFFITI COVERED NEIGHBORHOOD WALLS SHOT THROUGH CAR WINDSHILD. FTG OF LOWER INCOME RESIDENTIAL AREA THROUGH CAR WINDSHIELD, SEVERAL HOUSES ARE BOARDED UP. CU CRIP GRAFFITI FILLING WALLS OF ABANDONED BUILDINGS AND SIDE OF SMALL STORE.
PSYCHEDELIC SUMMER FASHION LOOKS 1990
FASHION SHOW OF SUMMER, 1990 HOT LOOKS AND CLOTHING TRENDS.
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CU SMALL DOG ON LEASH HELD BY MODEL, TURN CITY STREET CORNER, CITY BUS IN B/G, WALKS TOWARDS CAMERA AND RED PARKING METER IN F/G AS VOICE OVER ARLENE DAHL TELLS HOW THIN MODEL PLAYS HER "PROPORTION GAME" BY WEARING HER RED PANTS SET AND "OVERSIZED SUN GLASSES AND GIANT SHOULDER BAG"
Entertainment: Milan Fashion D G - Models get suited and booted at Dolce e Gabbana's Milan show
TAPE: EF03/0043 IN_TIME: 14:49:41 DURATION: 2:31 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: music on catwalks not cleared for use. replace with your own clearable music DATELINE: 12th January 2002, Milan SHOTLIST 1. Dolce e Gabbana catwalk FIGHTING FASHION FROM D&G The autumn-winter 2003-04 menswear preview presentations now showing in Milan talk of a man who thinks big. He wears his clothes oversize, flaunts diamond crosses and Cartier watches, and pairs pointed crocodile shoes with a classic business suit. He even dares to sport a tie, that most traditional of menswear accessories, decreed passe by fashion trendsetters a decade ago. Dolce and Gabbana kicked off the five-day showings Sunday with their usual bag of fun-loving fashion tricks. Without being aggressive, the designing duo's new man, accompanied by such fashion stars as top models Naomi Campbell and Eva Herzigova, is ready to fight the elements in quilted parkas big enough for two, jackets with built-in back packs, and mega cable knit turtleneck pullovers. Combat is in the air with baggy parachute pants strapped around the leg, bomber jackets full of zippers and straps, and heavy-duty buckled boots. The latest jeans from the duo, famous for being among the first to raise the coarse fabric to couture heights, are belted at the ultra-low waist by a wide silver buckled belt. The collection also offers a series of impeccable overcoats and a gray flannel double-breasted suit as conservative as anything seen on Bond Street. Fun comes in the accessories, silver running shoes and red crocodile boots for the classic suits, diamond crosses and opulent watches for the jeanswear. The grand finale of the show featured a parade of male models in gray slacks, white shirts and bold black ties.
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RUGGED WEAR FASHION TREND WINTER 1990
“RUGGED WEAR” IS ALL THE RAGE IN FASHION FOR 1990.
Entertainment: Milan Fashion Cavalli - Roberto Cavalli goes for gold at Milan Fashion Week
TAPE: EF03/0053 IN_TIME: 14:54:24 DURATION: 3:36 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: music on catwalks not cleared for use. replace with your own clearable music DATELINE: 13th January 2003, Milan SHOTLIST 1. Roberto Cavalli catwalk show 2. SOT Roberto Cavalli (in English): "Fashion means every day because when you wake up in the morning you want to chose the pieces that you feel you like. Fashion is political sometimes, fashion sometimes makes you day better or not. Fashion is life. For me fashion is everything. Fashion in my mummy." 3. SOT Terence Trent D'Arby: "My loyalty is to his talent. Creative people tend to appreciate the company in support of other creative people. Also as a person, he's a very loyal person himself, he's loyal to his friends and his friends are always going to be loyal to him." 4. SOT Edgar Davids: "It's like having fun. You dress how you feel, it's important." 5. Roberto Cavalli catwalk show 70's Disco inspires Cavalli The flamboyant atmosphere of the 70's disco infused the new Autumn/Winter menswear collection from Roberto Cavalli. Technicolour jumpers and embroidered sheepskins offered a 2003 take on 70's hedonism - The Eskimo meets High fashion. The models entered the catwalk from a huge igloo; starting a journey that will bring him from the North Pole to 70s disco. Passing through different contaminations and mixing colors and shapes, this collection ranges from fur coats, hats and shoes typical of Eskimos to embroidered sheepskin coats and colorful mirrors beloved by Mongolian peoples. This journey starts with folk fabrics and oversize sweaters and brings him to 70s disco characterized by silver and gold suits, laminated or in Lurex, creating a rejoicing of lights and reflections. Maxi-ribbed turtle-necks, cargo pants and a kerchief-patterned total look are mixed once again with frosty trends and fur pants. A melting pot of styles, colors and ethnos leaving its space-and-time roots to become a lifestyle signed Roberto Cavalli. The show was attended by 80's music sensation Terence Trent D'Arby.
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PARIS 10/86 OCTOBER 1986 #24: CLAUDE MONTANA SHOW. AVANT GARDE FASHIONS. COUTURE. OUTLANDISH CREATIONS, HATS. AND HAIR STYLES. CURVE REVEALING LINES. ARTISTIC CREATIONS. BIG ACCESSORIES, BRACELETS, EYEWEAR SUNGLASSES. EARRINGS. PUFFY SKIRTS. MONOCHROMATIC ENSEMBLES. LEGGINGS WITH OVERSIZED SHIRTS. FORM FITTING TOPS WITH PAJAMA PANTS. FORM FITTING CLOTHING. LEATHER STUDDED EVENING DRESS. EVENING WEAR.
80’S DANCING FASHION SHOW, SUMMER 1989
THE HOTTEST LOOKS FOR SUMMER OF 1989 ALL WHILE THE MODELS ARE DANCING. CONUS CANNOT LICENSE MUSIC PLAYING UNDER THE SHOW!!!
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The Romeo Gigli fashion show continues. As the show moves forward fabrics get even more elaborate and detailed. Models continue down the runway wearing extremely long earrings, brocade fabrics in coats with layered capes, long loose off the shoulder sweaters over gold printed cropped pants, unusual heart shaped necklines in sweater dresses, beaded velvet oversized cape like coats. fabric details abound.
HOT SPRING 1990 TEEN FASHION LOOKS
THE HOTTEST LOOKS FOR KIDS / TEENAGERS FOR SPRING OF 1990 WITH SOME AWESOME DANCE MOVES SHOWING THE LATEST FASHIONS! GREAT 80’S/EARLY 90’S DANCE MOVES FILE VIDEO OR B-ROLL.
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Entertainment Daily: Paris Fashion - Kenzo, Lacroix and Dries van Noten show at France's fashion week
TAPE: EF01/0711 IN_TIME: 13:34:22 DURATION: 9:28 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: music on catwalks not cleared for use. replace with your own clearable music DATELINE: Paris, 7th October 2001 SHOTLIST 1. GV model having hair done 2. GV Stylist doing hair 3. GV hair extensions on a table 4. GV model having make-up done 5. GV model having lipstick done 6. 2 shots of polaroids of models 7. GV model trying on shoes 8. GV black shoes 9. SOT Christian Lacroix (on shoes in collection) : "Because the collection is about a northern young girl, like a fairy girl who is from a very hot and very warm country, yes I think we need very strong angels, not just poetic angels, but poetic angels." 10. GV Lacroix being interviewed 11. SOT Christian Lacroix: "I am excited by exhibitions, by street, by the connections between human beings and the world in which we live. And I think that our duty is to remain connected with the world, and to never be lost within an ivory tower totally cut off from the planet because of a certain style, that is en exciting difficulty because people are always expecting the same thing from me." 12. GVs Lacroix show 13. GV finale with Christian Lacroix on catwalk 14. GV model wearing 'I love NY' t-shirt backstage at Kenzo show 15. GVs backstage 16. SOT Gilles Rosier: "As you saw the decor, there are some palm trees, and you will find those palms as a graphic through the collection. Sometimes tone on tone, sometimes in contrast of colors, and it is printed sometimes, sometimes it is embroidered on the garment, so it is a very tropical atmosphere." 17. C/a Rosier speaking with model 18. SOT Gilles Rosier: "I started this show with darker color and it becomes brighter and brighter and brighter." 19. GVs Kenzo catwalk 20. WS Rosier on runway greeting audience 21. GVs backstage of Dries van Noten show 22. GVs catwalk for Dries van Noten 23. Finale of show CLASSICS FROM LACROIX, KENZO AND DRIES VAN NOTEN IN PARIS Romantic, hip looks by Christian Lacroix, some fine travel outfits from Kenzo and a folk revival by Dries van Noten marked Sunday's shows of spring ready-to-wear. Lacroix came up with art deco and art nouveau prints on silk jersey skirts and pants outfits. Asymmetry ruled the runway here in pointed handkerchief or dropped-point skirts, often finished with ostrich-feather trim. Big belts followed up Lacroix's earlier couture ideas, along with amazing detailing that included tulle-frilled, ruched and lacy knits, many corselet details and fancy relief embroidery on dresses. Jogger-type or laced-up lean trousers with fancy jackets could be original for summer parties. A fine silk jersey print in an Egyptian-inspired art deco motif was exceptional with its one black silk puffed sleeve. Lacroix also used silvery vermeil leather in excellent jackets or pants. The collection featured colours ranging from cream to almond green, pink, and hot red for a beautiful crimped silk raincoat-style jacket. With all the frills, fringes and patchwork, it is clear this designer has a fabulous talent, but maybe it's time to simplify. The Kenzo collection, by Gilles Rosier, Kenzo's former assistant, was ready-to-travel. A solid commercial collection, the clothes were casual with dropped waists, packable synthetic fabrics, and looked fine for putting into the backpack. There were no jeans here. But items like baggy palm-print pants, blousons over hot pants and bikinis with cover-ups looked fine for any traveller's exotic destination. The Lonely Planet styles often featured desert hats with veils - worn with mini-skirts; or welted low-slung desert belts with long dresses and flat sandals strapped up the leg. There were also cargo pants with plenty of pockets. It has been very common this season, but Belgian designer Dries van Noten breathed new life into the recently overworked concept of the folk revival with his fluid, gentle lines and unerring sense of colour. Tie-dyed robes evoked the serenity of the Himalayas rather than the grunge of Berkeley in the 60s; floor-length camisoles, wrap blanket coats and minutely embroidered peasant shirts were impressively constructed. More urban staples like blazers and trousers were unstructured and amply cut; an oversized, olive green parka looked soft and delicate when belted and bloused. Even die-hard minimalists will be tempted to incorporate one of van Noten's extra-wide beaded scarves, a low-slung organic bag or a pair of colourful heels into their functional wardrobes.
HOT FASHIONS FOR WORKOUTS 1990
A FASHION SHOW AND DANCE SHOW COMBINE TO SHOW OFF THE HOTTEST FASHIONS LOOKS AND TRENDS IN EXERCISE CLOTHING. 90’S. EXERCISE WEAR FOR THE 90’S INVOLVED LAYERS,
Entertainment Daily: Milan Fashion - The final shows from the catwalks of Milan
TAPE: EF01/0704 IN_TIME: 14:54:12 DURATION: 5:28 SOURCES: APTN/VNR RESTRICTIONS: music rights must be cleared DATELINE: Milan, Italy SHOTLIST APTN - 2 October 2001. Milan, Italy 1. Vs Moschino catwalk show APTN - 5 October 2001. Milan, Italy 3. Vs Alberta Ferretti show VNR - October, 2001 Milan, Italy 4. Vs Antonio Berardi catwalk show MILAN FASHION MOSCHINO designer VINCENT DARE opened the show with the unmistakable face of top 80s model Ines de la Fressange. He continued the theme using other former top models, Violetta Sanchez and Lyn Koester. The women added an elegance to catwalk and were full of smiles unlike the often stiff, serious young models of today. As always with Moschino, the clothes were a great mixture of ideas and styles from peasant chic to city slicker. However all the season's essential themes were there with ruffles, ruches and chiffon featuring heavily. Colours were dull shades from oatmeal to chocolate brown. Sheer, split-sleeved T-shirts were worn below marble-wash beaded tunic dresses belted with tassled rope. Casual khaki cotton trousersuits, with safari-style belted jackets, were worn with delicately embroidered chiffon dresses over their cigarette pants, while short black jackets were worn open over red satin embroidered sashes with narrow leather belts wound around the models' neck. For those who hadn't got the message Dare plastered it across an oversized T-shirt : 'Luxury is relative'. Alberta FERRETTI earned applause for her spring/summer 2002 collection of elegant well cut clothes that can waft as well as the best of the competition. Dresses came layered in chiffon, criss-crossing the body to midcalf, or pleated skirts gathered at the waist, layering colour over black to add intensity. Different layers were drawn into the body at different places, helping to create long flattering lines. Full sleeved tops were gathered to hang off the shoulder and to bare the back, or cut into a ruched peasant style. Smart day wear came with jackets sporting neat pleats at the back, while miniskirts came covered in tiny pleats for added elegance. Ferretti used rich but subtle colours, including russet, deep green, and black. Inspired by time, travel and space ANTONIO BERARDI's collection was set onto a catwalk littered with real world debris with a motor-scooter, discarded picture frames, a stack of wooden chairs. The models with their pre-Raphaelite locks wore Grecian wreaths on their heads and pale pink ribbons wound up their legs. They wore chiffon wrap skirts edged with ruffles. There was a 40s influence with feminine white satin hip-hugging suits and then an Eastern theme with kimono-style obi belts wrapped around a western grey dress. Leather featured heavily with Amazon style jerkins in red and gold and suede flares embroidered in silver. Mermaids emerged in watery flapper dresses, shimmering in pools of silver, mint and pink sequins, while angels in cigarette pants and flamenco tops joined mime artists in bowler and top hats with black jersey dresses with white or red glove-shaped pockets to create an almost dreamlike collection.
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The runway show continues with fashions designed by various friends of Toukie's. Models on the runway wear beautiful and fun clothes - shiny black patent leather pants and a large red raincoat, followed by Toukie's daughter wearing oversized hoop earring and shiny black off shoulder mini dress. Other guest models wear slinky gold knit gown, a tiny silver t-back bikini, leopard hooded cat suit. and the last gal in leopard tights and mini jumper walks holding the hand of a little girl who happily jumps down the runway.