Socialist Fashion, 1964 ☭
The Sixth Conference of the Light Industry Permanent Working Group on Questions of Clothing Culture for countries of the Council of Economic Cooperation (Comencon) took place in the Moscow’s Sokolniki Park of Culture and Recreation.
Various designs were displayed by fashion designers from Bulgaria, Hungary, the German Democratic Republic, Poland, Romania, the Soviet Union, and Czechoslovakia.
On the stands of the exhibition were products made of wool and cotton, artificial and natural threads. Thanks to chemistry we can now wear clothing that won’t get crumpled, will not shrink after washing, and will cost significantly less.