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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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FASHION BORROWED from designers and traditional dress in foreign
lands has become as important a part of American habit as imported
FIRST IN 55's FASHION ALPHABET is Dior's "A line" from Paris.
The little sleeved, close bodiced coat, widens towards the bottom and
forms a cone with the pleated or flared dress it covers.
FROM HONG KONG, a newcomer in the style world, comes design
well oriented in Western ways, but still retaining its Eastern flavor,
The kirnona dress is a sheath with smooth line and comfortable fit.
For lounging, the Orient offers a coolie costume consisting of a loose
jacket and tapered trousers. The fabric, of course, is silk.
LONDON, home of 'go everywhere" tweeds, and precision tailoring,
contributes a slim striped suit with a sailor collar.