Wednesday, 20 March 2013

From The New Yorker, October 1955-'Tweed travels to important new lengths from our town shop designer collection- in Washington at Julius Garfinckel & Co.'

Ben Zuckerman translates tweed in a magnificently mannered costume... a purity of double-breasted line in staccato black and white, all wool tweed. The tunic, satin scarfed.... tapered, with a slow-fitting opulence that lengthens you immeasurbly. The skirt... a spare, slender stem. Misses sizes. $195.00.'

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