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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, September 14, 1973 23 Classic look rated tops by designers NEW YORK (CP) Suits and costumes overwhelm the solo coat tor top priority this fall The costume look can be either dress and coat or coat plus skirt and top. Important too for coats and suits is the use of fur trim or a tur boa. Donald Brooks added a tuxedo front and cuffs in Canadian lynx to a coat ensemble in taupe-and-grey plaid. Oscar de la Renta likes lur with his daytime tweed sweater coats paired with tweedy pant suits. Jerry Silverman is especially fond of coat costumes, with both the coat and dress having mdependant interest. "No woman nowadays wants a costume that doesn't work several different ways Bob Goldworm remembers how much North American women love costumes and previewed for fall a series of classic day dresses mated with waist or hip-lenth jackets or a three-quarters plaid coat Tdele Simpson is well- known for her love of costumes. A fall favorite is an ivory-and-teakwood toned tweed coat, lined with teak jersey, with matching tweed skirt and silk shirt. New is a black cashmere coat to keep company with fall's sweaters and .skirts A number ol the designers included cape cos- tumes lor (all Pauline Tngere has always been iond ol them. She showed dashing reversib! coat costumes, too One was in black with red in- side, worn over a red-and- black plaid dress. But even more interesting than costumes are the early fall suits, complete in themselves. Many, of course. can be worn under coats in winter "The daytime suit is back in corduroy, cashmere and grey flannel." Bill Blass noted tht- presentation of the fall collections ol the American Designer showings One of his grey flannel suits took on the glamor look of the 1920-39s with two silver fox scarves. .Another Blass suit sported a brace of sables worn with a lisherman-jacketed town suit in brown corduroy The longer suit jacket seems to be coming back One of Geoffrey Beene's has a narrow tuxedo front and a front boxpleated skirt Pleated suit skirts are pai- ticularly popular. The longer look is also reflected in overblouses. a return style that has been missing from fashion for a number of vears. Not all coffees are created equal What sets Nabob apart from all other coffees? Flavour! Fine quality coffees blended exclusively for Western Canadian tastes. Flavour that makes Nabob outsell all other ground coffees. And the quality of the Nabob blend is always the same, pound after pound after pound. Protected by an airtight poly liner in every package, Nabob is the fresh- est coffee you can buy. The final touch premium coupons for attractive gifts. For real value, buy Nabob! ;