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Applicant or licensee name:
Hackney Museum
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United Kingdom
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Photograph of two woman, posing on a street against a red wall, as part of a fashion shoot for Tokki Boutique, c.1985. Rio Cinema Archive reference: 2019-03-16-0003
Full description:
Two woman (presumably models, one may be Gloria Elizee) pose wearing clothing from the brand BOY London. They are in front of a red wooden door and walls that have the words 'No Parking please' and 'No Parking in front of this shop thank you'. To the left of the models are some broken wooden planks, piled up and leaning against the wall, presumably dumped waste. This photo is part of a fashion shoot for Tokki Boutique, c.1985. The image was found on a glass slide from the Tape Slide Newsreel Group from the Rio Cinema Archive.
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Rio Cinema Archive
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Following the information provided by Andrew Woodyatt, from the Rio Cinema archive (email dated 24 July 2019) it is likely that the image would have been used on screen advert slides at the Rio cinema before films around 1985. The Rio Cinema Archive shared this image of Instagram 17 March 2019. In June 2019 the photo also featured in a blog about the archive for


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