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Modebranche in Russland bekennt Farbe
09.10.19

Modebranche in Russland bekennt Farbe

Die Opposition in Russland bekommt unerwartet Schützenhilfe von der heimischen Modebranche: Immer mehr Designer entwerfen trendige Kleidung, die vor allem eine Botschaft transportieren soll - Solidarität mit der russischen Protestbewegung. AFPTV

SHOTLIST MOSKAU, RUSSLAND3. AUGUST 2019QUELLE: OLEG KOZLOVSKYEINSCHRÄNKUNGEN: NO RESALEKEIN WEITERVERKAUF1. Verfolgungsfahrt anti-riot police arresting Russian actor Pavel Ustinov MOSKAU, RUSSLAND19. SEPTEMBER 2019QUELLE: AFPTV2. Schwenk von links nach rechts inside the store, the founder Roman Belousov and his sales assistant MOSKAU, RUSSLAND17. SEPTEMBER 2019QUELLE: AFPTV3. Aufwärts-Einstellung young women wearing Kultrab T-shirts 4. Nah a T-shirt showing part of Pussy Riot member Nadezhda Tolokonnikova's passport with her photo 5. Nah the fashion design student smiling 6. Schwenk von links nach rechts Bogdan wearing the Russian flag in babushka-headscarf style, his friends laughing 7. Heranzoomen Bogdan Oreshkin wearing a Kultrab 'Freedom and Love' T-shirt showing OMON agents (Russian special police forces) dressed as angels carrying police batons as magic wands, one of them kneeling before a punk protester as if proposing, while putting on handcuffs 8. Heranzoomen Bogdan Oreshkin wearing a Kultrab 'Freedom and Love' T-shirt showing OMON agents (Russian special police forces) dressed as angels carrying police batons as magic wands, one of them kneeling before a punk protester as if proposing, while putting on handcuffs 9. Nah 'Freedom and Love' T-shirt 10. O-TON 1 - Yegor Yeremeyev, founder of Kultrab streetwear label (mann, 32 Jahre alt, Russian, 21 Sek.): 'The rallies that were held in Russia last summer [July and August 2019] started suddenly, no one was expecting them, and obviously, we thought it through and created a T-shirt where we’re saying that all that matters is freedom and love. That they shouldn’t be beating up people, but rather thinking about how to build a friendly society. 'MOSKAU, RUSSLAND19. SEPTEMBER 2019QUELLE: AFPTV11. Halbnahe Roman Belousov showing a T-shirt with a 'school bus' that looks like a police van holding detained people 12. Schwenk von unten nach oben a T-shirt with a variation of the schoolbus/police van theme 13. Nah a bumbag with the printed schoolbus/police van MOSKAU, RUSSLAND17. SEPTEMBER 2019QUELLE: AFPTV14. Schwenk von links nach rechts inside the bar, a table with Kultrab members MOSKAU, RUSSLAND19. SEPTEMBER 2019QUELLE: AFPTV15. O-TON 2 - Roman Belousov, founder of Barking Store streetwear label (mann, Russian, 18 Sek.): 'You’re walking around Moscow, and then you go: Oh, there are some like-minded people here [wearing our T-shirts]! It’s a really cool feeling, I mean, for me it’s doubly nice, because they’re wearing our stuff, but it’s also really cool because you can see that there are many people who have opinions similar to yours. 'MOSKAU, RUSSLAND17. SEPTEMBER 2019QUELLE: AFPTV16. Nah currently the most recognisable Kultrab T-shirt (made popular by Pussy Riot's Nadezhda Tolokonnikova), reading 'Cunt' in Russian, printed in glimmering pink letters 17. Schärfeziehen a Pussy Riot badge sewn onto a shirt, reading 'Fuck the police state' 18. Halbnahe a hand bag inspired by a Pussy Riot face-mask

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