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SPRING FASHION SHOW, PARIS, OCTOBER 1987. COUTURE FASHION DESIGNER, CLAUDE MONTANA. MODELS WALKING THE RUNWAY, AUDIENCE APPLAUSE. BIG EARRINGS, SHORT COATS AND SKIRTS, SHORT BLACK DRESSES, SUNGLASSES. PHOTOGRAPHERS TAKING PHOTOS.
TWO MODELS POSING ON RUNWAY STAGE. THEY BEGIN TO WALK DOWN THE RUNWAY WEARING SHORTS & OFF THE SHOULER ENSEMBLES WITH FLARED JACKETS AND ARE FOLLOWED BY OTHER MODELS IN SAME ENSEMBLES BUT IN DIFFERENT VERY VIBRANT COLORS.
MODEL POSED ON RUNWAY STAGE - SHE'S WEARING A HIGHLY STYLED WHITE FLARED JACKET AND SHORT SKIRT. AVANT GARDE HAIR DO "WIND BLOWN" AND LONG ALL TO ONE SIDE AS IF FROZEN IN THE WIND. AS SHOW BEGINS THIS APPEARS TO BE AN AVANT GARDE HAT OF SOME SORT.
CLAUDE MONTANA ENTERS THE STAGE AND WALKS THE RUNWAY HOLDING THE HAND OF MODEL. END OF THE SHOW AND AUDIENCE APPLAUDING. ALL THE MODELS ENTER RUNWAY APPLAUDING.
CROWDED BACKSTAGE SCENE AFTER THE SHOW - CLAUDE IS BEING CONGRATULATED AND KISSED, LIGHTS A CIGARETTE.
GRACE JONES IN LEOPARD SCARF WITH CLAUDE, C/U GRACE.
STREET SCENE AFTER THE SHOW, YOUNG PEOPLE IN '80S STYLE GATHERED AND WALKING ABOUT, SCENE AT OUTDOOR CAFE, GIRL HAVING COFFEE WITH YORKIE ON HER LAP.
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