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SUNDAY, 21 MARCH 1965

THE, MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIFE

SUNDAY, 21 MARCH 1965 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FiVE

Indian Drums Echo
On Fashion Warpath

Bare Look Dominates Sportswear

NEW YORK (P-Designer Bon-
nie Cashin traces the genealogy
of her spring sportswear collection
back to the first families of Amer-
ica-the Indians.
There were no war whoops but
there was plenty of applause as
p r e t t y Pocahontases flounced
down the aisle at the Philip Sills
showroom in buckskin-looking cos-
tumes tiered with fringe.
The swingy fringe theme inrlus-
cious suede skins the, color of
wheat appeared both as a shirt-
waist style sheath and a tunic-
dressy enough for war dances at
the discotheque. The blonde
squaws then showed up in fring-
ed pullovers worn with slick
leather trousers and shorts short-
er than a tribal chief might ap-
prove.

Nehru or Noh coats and tunics
mixed amiably with side-hooked
Mandarin dresses and flat, pack.
able kimono-type coats and jack-
ets, all executed in slick leath.
ers, velvety suedes and shaggy
wools.
Despite the dash of exotic and
American aborigines, the model,
looked very modern America in
mobile knife-pleated wool skirts
topped with short leather jackets
as well as blousons over elasticiz-
ed skirts.
Elasticized Skirts
The elasticized skirts can be
worn just under the bosom, em-
pire-style with a blouse, or down
over the hipbone with a pull-
over sweater-long or short with-
out adjusting the hem.
The leathers and wools were

By LILLI VENDIG
Sports clothes are taking more
style and less shape this year.
The new look is the bare look,
designed to be bourgeois and dar-
ing at the same time.
Bathing suits now have the
sheer revealing look in the midriff,
accompanied by low slits in the
front and back. Bikinis are also
in style again, as well as the tra-
ditional one-piece. Shift beach
tops accompany them in pastels,
prints, and sheer black. Big
goggle-type sunglasses with plastic
or bone frames will protect the

sunbathers' eyes from the glaring
hot summer sun.
The new trend in dresses is a
western flavor. They come in den-
im with a big zipper down the
front and large pockets. The shift
and semi-shift, semi-fitted to the
waist, as well as the traditional
shirtwaist and sheath, are popu-
lar again this year.
Dresses come in cottons, dacrons,
jerseys, and silks. Orange, yellow
and beige are the big colors for
the spring and summer season.
Madras is still popular with the
average college coed. Blouses, ber-
mudas, shirts, dresses, and rain-
coats come in madras cotton. The
ruffled bottom on a shift is often,

India Print Shifts
III *Madras Bedspreads
* India Print Bedspreads
* Numndah Rugs
Oriental Tapestries
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Get With
It!

TRENCH COATS GALORE

144,

The Originl
"Redskine w i1e original dyed in 40 magnificent colors that
srseskinowereMtheorginathe Indians, for all their berries.
who introduced her Indian-inspi- could never have managed.
ed fashions in England recently These were shaped into slack;
while receiving an international to golf in, skirts and boots to
design award there. stroll in, shorts to sun in, shift.
Herself famed for capes, Misr to drive in, and even hostess skirts
Cashin added that the redman'' to drink in.
superb style sense in flinging a Martini Skirt
blanket over his shoulders is "right. A plaid mohair number called
up my fashion alley." the martini skirt hitches up front
However, the Indian blankets with screen door hooks so that
the Cashin models slung causal- hostess can climb the stairs with-
ly over high belted dresses, as out spilling her fire water.
well as other woolen textiles That's one idea the Indians nev-
throughout the show, were wovern er thought of.
by a well-known non-Indian, Dor-
othy Liebes.-
Other Indians
Those Indians on the other side
of tlie world, the ones Columbus
had in mind in the first place
also were a part of the collection
pedigree. So were the Chinese and*
Japanese.
s rinHolds
Natural Look

seen in madras.
Ski slacks as well as regular
slacks in many colors will be seen
on many University coeds again
this spring. They will be accom-
panied by ski jackets. Pinks with
purple and maroon as well as blues
and greens are popular combina- '
tions,
A rainy spring will see many
styles of rainwear. Many rain-
coats have laminated backs for
protection against all kinds of
weather. Trenchcoats modeled for
London Fog in beige and black are
popular again. Cape coats with'
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sieeves coverea y a cape ww nmu
a new appearance on the Univer-
sity's campus.
Raincoats come in all fabrics,
such as light jerseys and light
wools treated for the rain. Rain-
coats also come in silks for even-
ing wear.
The
short" story
Meticulously made in
Madras
Muted Cotton Tweeds
Pincord & Pinstripe
Dacron & Cotton Solids
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Honey is spring and also this
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lips. Revlon has recently intro-
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Glissando
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lipstick. Glissando is the one lip-
stick with many colors mixed
through it.
As a sequel to Blush-On make
up, last year's cosmetic success,
Revlon introduces Brush On eye-
shadow in five different shades.
The natural look in make up also
extends to the eyes.
Private Eyes
According to Roy Snyder of the
Michigan Pharmacy, "the hottest
cosmetic for the spring season yet
to be released is Private Eyes by
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