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January 17, 1972 | Jule Campbell
When the U.S. Navy decided to redesign some of its uniforms for next year, it was just as well that nobody conferred with Rudi Gernreich, Oscar de la Renta and Bill Blass. Gernreich's sculptured trompe l'oeil tank...
October 05, 1970 | Ruth Lieder
Maybe it began with Custer or Cody (who borrowed the idea from the Indians) or about the time Kit Carson showed up in all that fringe, but American men began wearing leathers a long time ago and have been wearing...
January 12, 1970 | Jule Campbell
Once upon a time, way back in the '60s, most swimwear was designed to mold a girl into an ideal, if not very comfortable, all-American image. Sleek and pretty on the outside, many swimsuits were full of bindings,...
October 14, 1968
The gallant tartans of Scotland have invaded new territory. In Nova Scotia, where everybody is a Mackintosh, a Macdoug all or a Macsomebody, they are worn with a nationalistic fervor that reaches its peak at the...
August 21, 1967
Bill Blass, the man responsible for the sports clothes worn here by Southampton resorters on a Long Island weekend, has long been known as one of America's best designers of women's clothes. But this fall, for Pincus...