KPFK's Claire Loeb interviews Rudi Gernreich, the terror of the fashion world. He explains why his models carry guns, expresses his sympathy with embattled women, proclaims the end of fashion, and elaborates his views on unisex. He also castigates the coercive practices of the fashion industry, particularly the Press and Women's Wear Daily. Recorded January 18, 1971. The recording begins with the song "I've Got Five Dollars" and ends with "Island in the West Indies" both sung by Bobby Short. Item BB5230 is likely a duplicate or re-broadcast of this program. This program was preserved as part of Pacifica's 2011-2012 NEA Grant project.
A conversation with Rudi Gernreich
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KPFA, 26 May 1971.
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1971.
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