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Dressing for the future: Speculative fashion in 1930s Hollywood

The interwar years saw extensive speculation on the future in all fields of design. Hollywood was remarkably reticent on the subject and ‘science fiction’ was a subordinate genre. Barry Curtis explores significant films that were set in the future with particular regard to dress and architectural mise-en-scène.

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