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Fashion / Peasant Look / Mtn. Artisans #41112

ABC Evening News for Friday, Nov 05, 1976
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(Studio) Fashion's peasant look is being produced not only in Paris salons like that of Yves Saint Laurent, but in mts. of West Virginia.
REPORTER: Barbara Walters

(Charleston, West Virginia) Report on Mountain Artisans clothes label; designs by Dorothy Weatherford translated into patterns in Charleston, West Virginia, factory and sewing done by women in homes in West Virginia communities like Ranger, Dog Bone, Ten Mile and Sod; details of project noted. Women give reasons they do work. (Network difficulty.) [Blanche GRIFFITH - cites reasons she does work and things money has done for people.]
REPORTER: Jim Kincaid

Kincaid, Jim;
Walters, Barbara

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