Aquascutum's Kingsway trench coat ($90) is at British American House, New York, in luggage brown; The London Shop, Hollywood, in beige. Australian hat ($12.50) with leopard-printed lambskin band is made by Herbert Johnson for Brooks Bros.
Lois Brown, armed against the elements in a shiny chin-strapped helmet and a calfskin pullover zipped up with industrial zippers, takes off in a 1929 Rolls-Royce coupe.
Bonnie Cashin for Philip Sills pullover ($110) is at Neiman-Marcus, Dallas. Nylon cir� helmet ($8) is by Adolfo for Realities.
Knee-length skirts, bright-patterned stockings and form-revealing "poor boy" sweaters are new fall favorites for fair-weather spectators. A friend with warm and vivid legs steps into a Bugatti with snugly sweatered Mrs. John T. Marshall.
Sloat tweed skirts ($25 for the plaid, $23 for the herringbone) are at Bergdorf Goodman; Nan Duskin, Philadelphia. Geist & Geist sweater ($12) is at Halle Bros., Cleveland; Neiman-Marcus. Bonnie Doon diamond-patterned stockings are $3; Fiorentina black-patent oxfords $38; Bersoie Paisley stock $5.50. Kislav driving doeskin-and-string gloves are $15.
Zipping to the stadium by powerboat is one way to beat the traffic in Seattle and in New York. On a hydrofoil to Shea Stadium, home of the Mets and the Jets, Anne Larson (right) wears a wool whipcord pants suit with warm inner shell of raccoon. The pants legs are slit to slide smoothly over short suede walking boots.
Marquise suit ($495) to order at both Hattie Carnegie, New York, and Frederick and Nelson, Seattle; Mademoiselle boots.
Barbara Ramsay (left) peers out of spectator helmet designed by Leon Bennett to go with Rudi Gernreich's futurist fashions. Hoge Sullivan's soft felt hat, which can fold up, has band of watch-strap grosgrain.
GR Design helmet ($40) is at Henri Bendel. Knox hat ($13) is called the Crusher.
Mrs. Robert M. Helsell, one of the 55,000 University of Washington Husky fans who fill the stadium for every home game, is muffled in a hooded wool-jersey dress, worn under a pile-lined suede greatcoat.