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Crazy Catwalk

This season’s fashion is a chameleon’s dream. Military-inspired attire makes an appearance alongside ladylike creations, complete with gloves and matching belts. Miniskirts come straight from the runways, as do the most entrance-making eveningwear we’ve s
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Whether you need an evening gown for the DSO gala or a motorcycle jacket for a night out in Deep Ellum, you’ll love these hot-off-the-runway fashions.


TOUGH SEXY
Rebel Without a Cause meets Grace Kelly
* Motorcycle jackets over shimmering evening wear
* Ankle boots and legwarmers with skirts and trousers


 


 


 


 


 


 


FUR TRIM
Mink, mink, and more mink
* Mink-lined collars and cuffs on jackets
* Fur neck wraps that keep the cold at bay


 


 


 


 


 


 


EVENING WEAR
Dressing for dinner is in once again
* Floor-sweeping gowns in flowing silk chiffon
* Color and more color, but the shade of the season is red


 


 


 


 


 


 


MINIS
Swinging ’60s bum-skimming skirts
* Super shorties with flats for a casual night out
* The older you are, the longer the skirt


 


 


 


 


 


 


LADYLIKE
Babe Paley glamour for philanthropic luncheons
* Belted jackets with slim, knee-length skirts
* Open-toe heels paired with fishnet hoisery


 


 


 


 


 


 


POP
Frocks that would make Edie Sedgwick jealous
* Mondrian-esque geometric lines and opaque tights
* Eye-popping primary colors and easy-to-wear black and white


 


 


 


 


 


 


MILITARY
In the Navy: peacoats and big buttons on blue-black wool skirts
*  Chic, belted parkas 
* Lots of buttons, zippers, and buckles


 


 


 


 


 


 


MUST-HAVE ACCESSORIES
Skin is in&#151the exotic kind
* Handbags made of snakeskin and crocodile, metallic shoes
* Patterned hosiery, wide bracelets, and leather gloves

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