What were the Stalin era
• What were the Stalin era
The October Revolution of 1917 radically changed the country's well-established way of life. Changed attitude to fashion.
After World War simplify the suit and the transition to industrial mass production of clothing were observed throughout the world, but in Soviet Russia on this global trend imprint of socialist ideology. The ladies wore dresses sewn from canvas, straight skirts of soldier cloth, calico cloth shirts and jackets. A sign of the new post-revolutionary times was the red scarf - a symbol of women's liberation, and now it is pushed over the forehead and tied at the back, and not the chin, as was customary before.
After the widespread hunger, destruction and shortages of all sudden abundance reigned, became newly opened fashion studio. The most common type of products were in the Charleston style dresses with low waist, decorated with embroidery or applique. Revived numerous millinery workshops
The end of the New Economic Policy in the Soviet Union was marked by a gradual cessation of propaganda French fashion illustrations in the Soviet fashion magazines. Gradually lowers the iron curtain became the line that separates the Soviet fashion of the global context over several decades
The end of the era of the NEP, and Joseph Stalin initiated by the "great change" accompanied by the elimination of individualism and calling for austerity. The Soviet government through the press in every way hinder the penetration of new European trends in the country. The desire to look fashionable could be worth at best, career, and at worst - freedom
Even during the most severe terror of the 1930s, our ladies managed to sew yourself long dresses, were getting fur boas, wearing trendy wavy perms, painted in blondes and plucked eyebrow in imitation of the Soviet actress, who in turn impressed by the ideals of beauty promoted by Western cinema
The Second World War was a significant event that affected all aspects of life, without exception. Men everywhere have gone to the front. Left alone to women was completely up clothes, because on their shoulders lay the harsh rigors of wartime
Dress crepe embossed with a floral pattern, a decorated metal buttons. From the wardrobe Raisa Yakovlevna Malinovskaya, artist, wife of Marshal of the Soviet Union Rodion Malinovsky