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Clothes that fit the scene
Jo Ahern Zill
September 15, 1958
Herewith a special preview of sports fashions for the fall of 1958—what's new and how, when and where to wear it
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September 15, 1958

Clothes That Fit The Scene

Herewith a special preview of sports fashions for the fall of 1958—what's new and how, when and where to wear it

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Divided kilt of olive-green plaid ($30), wool pullover ($13) and nylon stretch leotard ($6) are a practical base for skaters; designed by Ricci (Haymaker). Off the ice: Capezio's green oxfords ($10).

Fluffy dress ($55) knitted by the Lazars (Kimberly Knitwear) is appropriately elegant with Emme's mohair platter hat ($79.50) at the swank Westminster Dog Show in Madison Square Garden.

Spectator suit of plaid trotting colors by Tina Leser (Tina Leser, Inc.) has boxy jacket, high-waisted trapeze skirt ($95), silk crepe overblouse ($25). Hat copies driver's, is from Mr. John ($67.50).

Lounging outfit for the lady who takes her spurts on TV has jeweled wrestler's belt and chiffon overblouse ($55) by Kenn Barr (Casino Classics). Sandals are Bernardo's ($13).

Spectator's cashmeres ($57) in boxy silhouette are designed by Helene Maddock (Ballantyne of Peebles) to go with Stella Sloat's (Sloat Co.) camel's-hair wrap skirt ($30).

Frontier pants ($89) by Bonnie Cashin ( Philip Sills) are for relaxing, East or West. The Mark Cross silk shirt is $12.50.

Knicker suit of cable cord ($38) for campus wheels, by Pembroke Squires (Mr. Mort), is matched with Capezios.

Paisley shirtwaist by Donald Brooks (Hedges Ltd.) captures chrysanthemum colors, has a waist that dips in back ($65).

Irish tweed suit ($95) by Ellen Brooke (Glenhunt) might be seen at sports car races. The pixie hat is Mr. John's ($55).

Ringside suit from the Davidows ($225) has mink collar, matching wool tweed coat ($165). Mr. John mink beret is $285.

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