Needlewoman Yulia Skok presents clothes firstly made for military needs, but then later finding a place in everyday life. Yulia talks about cloaks, jackets, shoes, sweaters and what-not to wear clothing items. She highlights that many common types of clothing styles have a military origin. (in Russian)
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