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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 16, 1967
The new swimsuits for this resort season are made of just enough red to stop traffic by a desert swimming pool or on a Caribbean beach, the other necessary ingredient in the design being sun-tanned skin, and a lot of...
December 19, 1966 | Jule Campbell
A brightly patterned African-print fabric called Khanga cloth is the sportswear hit of the season. A way-out designer called Tiger Morse has vinylized it and turned it into the wildest boat gear ever to put out to sea