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  • FIDM Museum Blog: February 2014
    Picture Costume Design Exhibition By popular demand today s post features more images of the 22nd Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design exhibition including a few shots captured at the opening night party Opening night is always a grand affair with everyone dressed to the nines This year s attendees included costume designers Trish Summerville Mona May Julie Weiss Louise Mingenbach and Michael Wilkinson Enjoy this look at the exhibition and our opening night party Entrance to the opening night party Mima Ransom FIDM Museum Fashion Council Chair and Barbara Bundy FIDM Vice President and Museum Director Gabriella Gonzales in a dress by Eduardo Khawam Kevin Jones FIDM Museum Curator in the Larson Gallery BLISS 19th Century Wedding Gowns from The Helen Larson Historic Fashion Collection is currently on view in the Larson Gallery LA Lee Daniels The Butler costumes by Ruth E Carter L to R Minka Kelly as Jacqueline Kennedy Oprah Winfrey as Gloria Gaines David Oyelowo as Louis Gaines Oz the Great and Powerful costumes by Gary Jones L to R Rachel Weisz as Evanora James Franco as Oz Michelle Williams as Annie Glinda Mila Kunis as Theodora L R Mona May FIDM Alumna and Costume Designer and Trish Summerville FIDM Alumna and featured Costume Designer for The Hunger Games Catching Fire Oblivion costumes by Marlene Stewart L to R Olga Kurylenko as Julia Zoë Bell as Kara Tom Cruise as Jack Andrea Riseborough as Victoria Hansel Gretel Witch Hunters costumes by Marlene Stewart L to R Monique Ganderton as Candy Witch L R Nick Verreos FIDM Museum Spokesperson Alum and current star of Project Runway Under the Gunn and Michael Wilkinson 2014 Oscar Nominated and featured Costume Designer for American Hustle After Earth costumes by Amy Westcott L to R Will Smith as Cypher Raige Jaden Smith as Kitai Raige Sophie Okonedo as Faia Raige Man of Steel costumes by James Acheson and Michael Wilkinson L to R Henry Cavill as Kal El Posted by FIDM Museum Permalink Comments 0 TrackBack 0 February 11 2014 The 22nd Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design exhibition is now open 22nd Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design February 11 April 26 2014 Tuesday Saturday 10 00 am to 5 00 pm FREE We are delighted to announce the opening of the 22nd Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design exhibition Offering visitors an opportunity to experience the work of talented costume designers this exhibition features over 100 costumes including all five 2014 Academy Award nominees for Best Costume American Hustle The Grandmaster The Great Gatsby The Invisible Woman 12 Years a Slave Also featured are costumes from other amazing films of 2013 including 42 47 Ronin After Earth The Butler Ender s Game G I Joe Retaliation Hansel Gretel Witch Hunters The Hunger Games Catching Fire Man of Steel Oblivion Oz the Great and Powerful Pacific Rim Romeo and Juliet Saving Mr Banks Star Trek Into Darkness Thor The Dark World Three costumes from Anna Karenina

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  • FIDM Museum Blog: January 2014
    collar black and white striped fabric lines the sleeves Continue reading John Paul Gaultier backwards jacket Posted by FIDM Museum Permalink Comments 0 TrackBack 0 January 22 2014 Out About Weaving Royal Traditions Through Time Symposium 2013 Today s post was written by FIDM Museum Curator Kevin Jones As you ll find out in this post Kevin frequently works outside the walls of the FIDM Museum Traveling whether to install exhibitions attend conferences or conduct research is an important part of his job Read on to learn more about Kevin s recent experiences attending Weaving Royal Traditions Through Time a conference in Bangkok Thailand Thanks to Kevin for documenting and sharing his journey October and November 2013 were very busy months for the FIDM Museum staff Associate Curator Christina Johnson former Collections Manager Danielle Killam and I lived and worked in Bendigo Australia for three and a half weeks installing the Modern Love Fashion Visionaries from the FIDM Museum LA exhibition Immediately following our adventures Down Under I had another exciting trip to Bangkok Thailand to attend the Weaving Royal Traditions Through Time Textiles and Dress at the Thai Court and Beyond conference organized by colleagues Julia Brennan Dale Gluckman and Melissa Leventon My route there was not a hop skip and jump Though it might have seemed judicious for me to fly directly from Australia it was actually 3 000 cheaper to fly fifteen hours back to Los Angeles and in less than twelve hours fly back to the other side of the world again Happily I was also leading a tour to Thailand for members of the FIDM Museum Fashion Council so for all of us to travel together was too much fun to pass up L to R Kevin Jones Alayne Saturday Martha Nesseth Deborah Veady Mona Nesseth at the Sampran Riverside Spa Thailand In Bangkok Joan Donald Damask joined the group Continue reading Out About Weaving Royal Traditions Through Time Symposium 2013 Posted by FIDM Museum Permalink Comments 0 TrackBack 0 January 17 2014 Opening Feb 11 The 22nd Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design Exhibition In just over three weeks our annual exhibition of film costumes opens On February 11 2014 The 22nd Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design Exhibition opens to the public This year s exhibition will include costumes from more than 20 films including costumes from the 2013 Academy Award winner for Best Costume Design Anna Karenina designed by Jacqueline Durran Visitors will also see costumes from four of this year s Academy Award nominees for Best Costume A merican Hustle The Great Gatsby The Invisible Woman and 12 Years a Slave Prepping for this exhibition is a huge task requiring organization collaboration and vision From building and painting gallery walls to prepping mannequins unpacking loaned costumes and ensuring all the pieces work together there s a lot to do To guarantee that you see a flawless engaging display of costumes on Feb 11 we have to make every minute

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  • FIDM Museum Blog: December 2013
    purchase their wardrobes in Paris most women relied on the advice of their hopefully up to date dressmaker example gowns made in the latest style or on printed descriptions of new fashions Fashion magazines gave detailed descriptions of stylish garments so that women could make or have made approximations of the styles described This passage from June 1894 is typically detailed A dainty organdie with a pale lavender ground deeply spotted with deep purple flowerets has two simple six inch ruffles finishing the skirt each ruffle trimmed with two rows of narrow moire ribbon in the deep purple shade 1 The description continues providing the reader with enough information on cut material and embellishment to enable the creation of a similar garment Simple line drawings sometimes accompanied these written descriptions Woman s ensemble 1894 96 Silk Gift of the Manlove Family S2006 870 22AB Continue reading Top five posts of 2013 Red and black ensemble 1894 96 Posted by FIDM Museum Permalink Comments 0 TrackBack 0 December 27 2013 Top five posts of 2013 Cristobal Balenciaga and Christian Dior Before we jump into 2014 let s reconsider the best of 2013 For the next five days we re going to revisit our top content of this year beginning with today s post on Balenciaga and Dior Ranking at number five this post was first published on January 21 2013 Amazingly both Cristobal Balenciaga and Christian Dior were born on January 21 Born in 1895 and 1905 respectively these two designers rank among the most revered names of the haute couture Two of the twentieth century s greatest couturiers were born today January 21 In 1895 Cristobal Balenciaga was born in Getaria Spain Ten years later Christian Dior was born in Granville Normandy France In addition to sharing a birthday Balenciaga and Dior were both masters of their craft creating extraordinary garments and influencing generations of designers In celebration of their respective birthdays careers and legacy we re sharing previously unseen images of each designer s work Cristobal Balenciaga 1958 Silk matelassé Transfer from the Museum at FIT 2004 291 10 To see other Cristobal Balenciaga pieces from our collection click here Christian Dior c 1955 Silk satin Gift of Mary Coquillard 97 196 1 To see other Christian Dior pieces in the FIDM Museum collection click here Posted by FIDM Museum Permalink Comments 0 TrackBack 0 December 20 2013 An Invitation from the FIDM Museum Fashion Council The FIDM Museum Fashion Council is delighted to invite you to the opening night preview party of the Los Angeles Jewelry Antique Design Show We are honored that the proceeds from this beautiful evening will benefit the FIDM Museum Fashion Council in support of the acquisition of The Helen Larson Historic Fashion Collection Wednesday January 15 Vanguard Reception 7 8 pm Opening Night Preview Party 8 11 pm Los Angeles Convention Center South Hall H 1201 S Figueroa Street Los Angeles CA 90015 For more information and to purchase tickets visit LAWINTERSHOW COM

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  • FIDM Museum Blog: November 2013
    album covers and mixed media BOLD BEAUTIFUL AND DAMNED an intimate installation in the FIDM Museum foyer showcases original fashion illustrations by Viramontes Reflecting the high octane club scene of the 80s the art of Vira as his friends called him pulsated with New Wave energy He was inspired by particular people and he imbued their portraits with real personality Model Janice Dickenson remembers He drew people not models as coat hangers Valentino loved him as did Gaultier and Hanae Mori He worked with some of the most celebrated names in fashion Yves Saint Laurent Christian Dior Versace Givenchy Halston Karl Lagerfeld Emmanuel Ungaro Perry Ellis Pierre Cardin Issey Miyake and Claude Montana He drew Paloma Picasso Isabella Rossellini Rene Russo Naomi Campbell and he created sensational album covers for Janet Jackson and Arcadia BOLD BEAUTIFUL AND DAMNED will be on view at the FIDM Museum from November 14 December 21 2013 The installation is open to the public Tuesday Saturday 10 am 5 pm The FIDM Museum is located at 919 S Grand Avenue Los Angeles CA 90015 Posted by FIDM Museum Permalink Comments 0 TrackBack 0 November 12 2013 From the Archives Emile Pingat mantle We first shared Emile Pingat s striking red and black mantle in 2009 This post features a new image and updated information about this beautiful garment Mantle Emile Pingat c 1889 Silk faille jet horsehair lace Museum Purchase Partial Funds provided by FIDM 2007 905 1 Emile Pingat active 1860s 1896 created a variety of gowns promenade ball and opera but was best known as the definitive designer of outerwear such as dolmans jackets and mantles To be at the height of fashion was to wear a Pingat wrap and a Charles Worth gown Pingat s fabrics varied from sturdy wool to colored silks but always featured extensive embellishment beading feather work appliqué and lace He referenced a variety of world cultures and historical eras in his creations This mantle with its striking red and black color combination coupled with swirling jet ornaments and lace flourishes was influenced by traditional Spanish costume French interest in Spain was known as hispagnolisme According to Harper s Bazar Spanish bullfights were a popular attraction at the Exposition Universelle of 1889 The outfits worn by the Spanish toreadors inspired Parisian women to wear gowns of Spanish red cloth and outerwear modeled on the bullfighters short waisted jackets trimmed with tassels beading and fringe 1 New York Fashion Harper s Baza r December 7 1889 883 Posted by FIDM Museum Permalink Comments 0 TrackBack 0 November 07 2013 Chanel Scuba jacket spring summer 1991 Evening jacket Spring Summer 1991 Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel Gift of Steven Linda Plochocki 2009 899 2 This ready to wear evening jacket inspired by the sand and sea appeared in Chanel s seasonal portfolio for elite clients and on the January 1991 cover of American Vogue Designer Karl Lagerfeld b 1938 took the boxy jacket outlined with contrasting braid made iconic by house

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  • FIDM Museum Blog: October 2013
    it was a salesman s sample Until the late nineteenth century only demimondaines dared to wear colored satin corsets white cotton was a more respectable choice No matter what its original purpose this flaming beribboned undergarment represents the type of woman that Parisian corsetiѐre Ernest Léoty active 1860s 1890s praised as a statuette of gracious fragility but so seductive 1 Interested in nineteenth century corsets We have many wonderful examples in our collection including a blue satin corset and this black cotton sateen corset Look forward to a forthcoming post on our late nineteenth century Jaeger wool corset 1 From Le Corset à travers les ages Paris Paul Ollendorff 1893 quoted in Valerie Steele The Corset A Cultural History New Haven CT Yale University Press 2001 55 Posted by FIDM Museum Permalink Comments 2 TrackBack 0 October 16 2013 Flying First Class Custom Crating for Alexander McQueen s Peacock Dress Today s post is courtesy of Ilana Winter our Temp Assistant Registrar In this post Ilana describes the process of crating our beloved Alexander McQueen Peacock dress for travel to the Modern Love exhibit in Bendigo Australia Read on for a wonderful overview of this fascinating labor intensive project Approximately 7 937 miles lie between the FIDM Museum in Los Angeles and the Bendigo Art Gallery in Bendigo Australia That distance equates to roughly 132 283 football fields a 16 1 2 hour flight and about half a million gummy bears laid out head to toe Transporting objects from our museum to other institutions always requires intricate packing techniques to ensure the pieces safety Our upcoming collaborative exhibition with the Bendigo Art Gallery Modern Love Fashion Visionaries from the FIDM Museum LA will display nearly a hundred of our most exquisite contemporary objects Considering how far the extraordinary and also delicate objects had to travel the packing process was remarkable One object that went to Australia is the Alexander McQueen Peacock dress from his Fall Winter 2008 2009 collection Here s the story about how our piece went from The Girl Who Lived in a Tree to The Girl Who Flew in a Crate McQueen s Peacock dress is a stunning example of his craftsmanship creativity and consistent nods to the United Kingdom s rich history Inspired by British Colonialism the Indian Empire and both Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth the dress s sculptured ruffles and confronted peacock lace motif stood out as a showstopper when it walked down the runway To better understand the design check out our previous post on the gown The dress which we commissioned from the Alexander McQueen atelier was constructed on a Schlappi mannequin Because the piece is permanently dressed on the mannequin we had to pack it in a special way Evening dress Fall Winter 2008 9 Commissioned 2010 Alexander McQueen Museum Commission Funds provided by Karen Coombs Jordan 2010 5 73 Continue reading Flying First Class Custom Crating for Alexander McQueen s Peacock Dress Posted by FIDM Museum Permalink Comments 5 TrackBack 0 October 11 2013 Friday Wrap An occasional round up of links events exhibitions and other information of interest This week we share a new exhibit that caught our attention and free downloads from Costume the journal of The Costume Society of Great Britain Costume s current issue is a special edition on fashion and royal image Through the month of October 2013 the entire issue is available for free download here Be sure to browse past issues any article with a blue F next to it can be downloaded for free In the royalty issue Diagnosing the Dress of the Queen s Train Bearers at the Coronation of George III by Kimberly Chrisman Campbell examines an eighteenth century bodice from The Helen Larson Historic Fashion Collection Worn by Lady Mary Douglas one of six unmarried earls daughters who attended the Queen during the 1761 coronation ceremony of George III the cloth of gold bodice is the only known example of English stiff bodied court costume to survive today To learn more about this bodice we had it X rayed at the Good Samaritan Hospital in Los Angeles Court Bodice 1761 The Helen Larson Historic Fashion Collection The Cheapside Hoard London s Lost Jewels now on view at the Museum of London showcases a remarkable collection of Elizabethan and Jacobean jewelry and gemstones Though the objects themselves are stunning they also have a fascinating history In 1912 workmen demolishing a building discovered this collection of over 400 pieces of jewelry and loose gems including stones sourced from South America the Middle East and Asia Though it s unclear how and why the Hoard was buried it may have been the remnants of 17th century gem dealer Gerrard Pulman s stock in trade In 1637 Pulman booked passage on a ship from Asia to England his luggage included several crates of gems and jewelry Pulman died onboard the ship and his treasure filled crates were plundered by the ship s crew some of whom who used the gems to fuel drinking binges If you can t make it to London for this exhibit take a look at these images of The Cheapside Hoard Speaking of exhibits don t forget to see the 7th Annual Art of Outstanding Television Costume Design exhibition before it closes And don t miss Gatsby s Women 1920s Evening Dress from The Helen Larson Historic Fashion Collection which features stunning examples of evening wear from a fascinating decade Both exhibits are on view Tue Sat 10 5 at the FIDM Museum Galleries through October 19 Gatsby s Women 1920s Evening Dress from The Helen Larson Historic Fashion Collection at the FIDM Museum Galleries Posted by FIDM Museum Permalink Comments 0 TrackBack 0 October 09 2013 Event Recap FABULOUS Soirée at Fashion Island On Saturday October 5 friends of the FIDM Museum gathered at Fashion Island for a gala evening to benefit the FIDM Museum Galleries and The Helen Larson Historic Fashion Collection Acquisition Campaign The grand finale

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  • FIDM Museum Blog: September 2013
    s designs emphasized youthful bodies with this caftan Gernreich proposed a unisex uniform for the elderly Created for Expo 1970 held in Osaka Japan this silk caftan was designed for maximum comfort Instead of emphasizing the body it was designed to abstract the body In Gernreich s words If a body can no longer be accentuated it should be abstracted 1 To distract from the body Gernreich enlisted both the voluminous silhouette and the colorful abstract pattern Like many of Gernreich s later designs these caftans were intentionally unisex To complete the unisex look Gernreich recommended that both men and women shave their heads so that their gender was less recognizable The designer s interest in unisex clothing can be considered another expression of his interest in sartorial liberation dressing without regard to gender would allow both men and women to express themselves more fully without regard for societal limitations See both of our Rudi Gernreich caftans in A Queer History of Fashion at the Museum at FIT through January 4 2014 Hope you have a chance to see this exhibit If you do drop us a line and let us know what you think of Gernreich s unisex caftans 1 Fashion for the 70s Life Jan 9 1970 118 Posted by FIDM Museum Permalink Comments 0 TrackBack 0 September 18 2013 Wool and linen bodice c 1904 This bodice from our Study Collection is something of a puzzle Though its silhouette concurs with the mid 1910s the embellishment is somewhat idiosyncratic suggesting that the wearer had a very specific sartorial vision Consisting of an open front bodice worn over a natural linen dickey it features the rounded pouter pigeon bust popular during the first decade of the twentieth century If worn with a matched skirt that fitted smoothly over the hips the wearer would have achieved the fashionable S bend silhouette Characterized by a rounded forward leaning torso with hips pushed back the S bend dominated fashion from 1900 to about 1910 Day bodice c 1904 Gift of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art S79 429 1A E Continue reading Wool and linen bodice c 1904 Posted by FIDM Museum Permalink Comments 1 TrackBack 0 September 13 2013 From Shaft to SMASH An Exclusive Interview with Costume Designer Joseph G Aulisi The 7th Annual Outstanding Art of Television Costume Design features a large group of costumes from the television show SMASH With costumes designed by Joseph G Aulisi SMASH chronicled the ups and downs of an ensemble cast as they launched a Broadway show In this exclusive interview Mr Aulisi reveals the breakneck pace of working on SMASH and shares highlights from his career See costumes from SMASH and many other television shows in The 7th Annual Outstanding Art of Television Costume Design exhibition at the FIDM Museum through October 19 2013 Open 10 5 Tuesday through Saturday this FREE exhibition is a wonderful look at the costumes that create our favorite television shows Joseph G Aulisi costume

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  • FIDM Museum Blog: August 2013
    fidmmuseum org Quick Tour Saturdays at 10am 5 per person To schedule a Quick Tour please email info fidmmuseumshop com 7th Annual Outstanding Art of Television Costume Design July 30 October 19 2013 10am 5pm Tuesday through Saturday Free to the public Posted by FIDM Museum Permalink Comments 0 TrackBack 0 August 20 2013 Skirt lifter c 1876 Today s post was researched and written by FIDM Museum s summer intern Joanna Abijaoude Over the past several weeks Joanna has assisted with multiple projects including digitizing ephemera from The Helen Larson Historic Fashion Collection and compiling research for an upcoming exhibition Joanna is a 2014 M A candidate in the Visual Culture Costume Studies M A program at New York University In preparation for her thesis she is researching Hollywood costume and 20th century designer Walter Plunkett During her internship Joanna became interested in skirt lifters a distinctly Victorian accessory In today s post she explores the function aesthetics and cultural implications of a c 1876 butterfly motif skirt lifter in our collection Though the Victorian era is well known for its ingenious inventions this week I was introduced to a particularly clever gadget in the FIDM Museum s Collection that served a practical sartorial purpose the skirt lifter Skirt Lifter c 1876 Museum Purchase 2007 5 18 A skirt lifter resembles a pair of small tongs or scissors with padded circular discs instead of blades The Museum s example is brass and features a decorative butterfly that sits in between the handles A small ring at the top would have held a cord ribbon or chain to suspend the tool just below the waist Modern historians refer to the object as a skirt lifter while period sources predominately use the term dress holder When I initially encountered this object several questions immediately came to mind how was the dress holder incorporated into an ensemble and what occasions demanded its use Did all classes of women utilize it Why was the butterfly a popular decorative motif for this accessory Continue reading Skirt lifter c 1876 Posted by FIDM Museum Permalink Comments 11 TrackBack 0 August 16 2013 Donor Interview Mona Nesseth on hand fans Today s post highlights the recent donation of exceptional hand fans by FIDM Museum donor and Fashion Council member Mona Nesseth Thanks to Mona s contributions our collection of fans has grown by leaps and bounds A Graduate Gemologist custom jewelry designer and an expert in antique and estate jewelry Mona is also fascinated by hand fans In today s post she reveals the origins of this interest and describes the most fascinating fan she s ever encountered a lace and mother of pearl fan that once belonged to Phoebe Hearst Hand Fan detail c 1885 2013 975 4353 Gift of Mona Nesseth Continue reading Donor Interview Mona Nesseth on hand fans Posted by FIDM Museum Permalink Comments 1 TrackBack 0 August 08 2013 Fashion Birthday Rudi Gernreich Rudi Gernreich was born on August 8 1922

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  • FIDM Museum Blog: July 2013
    late summer or early fall so it s necessary to at least outline new projects during the lazy summer months Today s post features a round up of upcoming opportunities to share your research including conferences and publications Textile c 1938 Gift of Roberta Tuller 2006 865 24AB Enjoy your summer but don t forget about upcoming opportunities Publications Women in Clothes to be published in 2014 aims to explore the multiplicity of motives that inform how women decide to present themselves and what style means Given that the authors are seeking a variety of submissions including conversations interviews essays surveys diagrams and drawings this book will be an eclectic exploration of self presentation and style The authors are soliciting contributors here Fashion Style Popular Culture is a new academic journal focusing on a variety of topics related to fashion style consumption and popular culture The first issue will be published in 2014 and the editors are currently soliciting for a variety of special issues See a full list of topics here Conferences The Costume Society of America s Annual Symposium is a fantastic opportunity to gather with other fashion history enthusiasts If you follow this blog you ll know that the FIDM Museum participates every year The 2014 conference will be the 40th anniversary of CSA so there s sure to be special events and or speakers to mark the occasion The submission deadline is October 1 2013 More details on the conference and submission requirements here The theme for the Costume Colloquium IV is Colors in Fashion Held every two years in Florence Italy the Costume Colloquium brings together a diverse group of scholars to examine select areas of dress history Associate Curator Christina Johnson presented at the Costume Colloquium III in 201 2 The submission deadline for the Costume Colloquium IV is August 22 2013 Find more information on suggested topics and themes here The annual Popular Culture Association American Culture Association conference is large and eclectic highlighting a broad range of pop culture topics Fashion Style Appearance Consumption Design is one of the many subject areas represented The submission deadline for PCA ACA is November 1 2013 More information on this conference can be found here Posted by FIDM Museum Permalink Comments 0 TrackBack 0 July 19 2013 7th Annual Outstanding Art of Television Costume Design exhibiton opens July 30 The FIDM Museum Galleries and the Academy of Television Arts Sciences present 7th Annual Outstanding Art of Television Costume Design July 30 October 19 2013 10am 5pm Tuesday through Saturday Free to the Public For the seventh year this annual exhibition salutes the work of this year s Primetime Emmy Nominated Costume Designers Costume Supervisors and Assistant Costume Designers Featuring costumes from popular television films series and mini series the Outstanding Art of Television Costume Design celebrates the artistry of costumes created for the small screen With costumes from The Americans Downton Abbey Game of Thrones Mr Selfridge Nashville Parks and Recreation Vegas and many other

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