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Page Eighteen THEMICHIGAN DAiLY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SaEturdcay, December 7, 1968 Saa t'urdoy, December 7, 1966

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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for 'chic' soldiers -
LONDON (iP) - Bullet-proof of "ergonomics" or biological de-
clothes, suitable for chic soldiers signing, m e a n i n g engineered
or riot police, made their debut clothing adapted to a wearer's
last week in fashions for the fu- needs.
ture, and one designer forecast One young men's wear design-B NG
handbags instead of pockets for er, Miss Gail Ansell, complainede
men. that "it's impossible to get manu-
Fish scale fashions - with facturers to change basic styles
plastic discs knitted into flexible Men are still in the Victorian era
fabrics - were the sensation of of built-in shape or external cor-
the show at Britain's designers' sets."
convention. "It's time for a complete newB
Middle-aged designer-technician look for men,' said designei Tom
John Carr Doughty said his plas- Gilbey, "instead of stuggling MELLOW
t c-plated swimsuits mades o eitogetmang
Fisam caeiashwoulds-ilte agfainesulcrsac to changestl.
fish scales and "cut through the ofChes asicuit.
weatie akn ecreic eel w oresee garments being made
negaiveski resstacemuch longer with any seams at
HeLoos an
" W h e n s p l i t s e c o n d s c a n w i n o r a l l . " I tf am twL
lois a go-1gd meda no Olpnician As to when his own fish scale
swimsuits," C a r r Doughty says. sale, Carr Doughty said,"Wel
Ski clothes, fashioned from the ready have the technique. Now it's
same fabric, might cut down wind to the manufacturers to show
resistance on the racing slopes, some interest."
Carr Doughty said he is also' A knit fabric base makes the
working with the government on garments agreeable to wea, and
substituting thi titanum or ny- the clothes will be washable.
lon alloy plates for the plastic He said troops wearing his Van sBove
scales, and this would make his bullet-proof knitwear "would win
knitwear bullet-proof, a lot more medals for bravery." NO 7 NIC'
Made of metal instead of plas- The garments are also to be made
tic, the designer claims, his for "riot police, politicians and
clothes can withstand rifle bul- those who value their lives in haz-
lets at close range. He showed ardous condions," he said. _____
only plastic clothing last iweek -- _- dtroopswearinghis
units.
Of one all-gold sinuous mer-
maid number using 6,000 g o 1 d
scales, he commented that it could knter"oThe
be mass-produced without real
gold to retail f o r $24. Another
dress in black and white scalest
reproduced the designer's concep- rpb p
tion of electronic sound waves.
Prof. Janie Ironside, until re-
cently head of the Royal College t
of Art's school of fashion, told~
the convention that as 'styles
lt atecldesig ers'oeion, cnitos, e ad
sonpasoedbythngCltgeet-
toored cocetrates on tcnoo
caiavaces iashby io mongetpo
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