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 09, 1967 | Jule Campbell
This season women's sportswear and boot designers, inspired no doubt by all the leg that American girls are showing of late, have gone to new lengths to protect, while still showing off, the celebrated American limb....
July 17, 1967
Tradition aside—as Gussie Moran once said—why pay $2 to dry-clean a tennis dress when you can buy one for $3, wear it through several hard sessions of play and then throw it away like a Kleenex? As a matter of fact,...
January 20, 1964
The best news for amphibious ladies this resort season is that swimsuits are meant to get wet. Until now the swimmer's preference for immersion was either a bikini or a nylon tank suit. New materials have changed all...
September 09, 1963
There hasn't been such a harvest of sports clothes since casual fashion first got its tweedy leg up in the English country life of the '90s. Last month fragile mannequins shouldered shooting sticks as they strode,...