On the color page facing page 40: Robin Palmer wears a three-piece country suit of sturdy Irish-made Saxony tweed. This outfit, made by Kilmaine Clothes, Ltd. for J. Press, New Haven, Conn., Cambridge, Mass. and New York City, comes in a variety of bold plaid patterns. The sport jacket with matching vest is sold separately for $90. The matching trousers, for the braver sportsman, are an additional $45. Maida Cooney's navy tweed dress and coat are by Basil Collins of Dublin. The dress is $60 at Lord & Taylor, New York City.
On the color page facing page 43: Aran Isles sweaters now come in colors as well as the classic bawneen, or ivory-white. Every family of knitters on these barren islands off the west coast of Ireland has its own distinctive pattern, handed down for generations. The sweaters, imported by Galway Bay Products, Ltd., are $47.50 each at Brooks Brothers, New York City; Jordan Marsh, Boston; Robert Kirk, San Francisco.
Page 43: Robin Palmer's golfing sweaters are both by Tailteann Textiles, Ltd. The fine lamb's wool pullover has a mock turtleneck. It is $15 at Cavanagh's, New York City. The V-neck pullover of camel's hair is $30 at Sibley, Lindsay and Curr, Rochester, N.Y. The riding raincoat, which is three-quarter length and has side vents as well as epaulets and patch pockets, is by Dunloe. It is $40 at Ray Bolger, Portland, Ore. The plaid Saxony tweed jacket and matching vest worn by Roger McCourtney at the National Stud are also by Kilmaine Clothes, Ltd. They are $60 at the Higbee Company, Cleveland.
All the men's shirts in the photographs are by Jon Stone and the tweed ties by Crock of Gold Ltd.