maximum body modern For be fur By MARY FENTRESS United Press Staff Correspondent PARIS. (UP)-- Lots of the and theatrical personalities have been buying winter wardrobes at Schiaparelli's Paris and London houses. Joan Barry, English actress actress who recently was married an English actor, bought an elao- orate trousseau here. Among other film favorites 'to buy SchiaparelH cldthes this season are Sally Eilers, Claire Luce and Marlene Dietrich, Lady Charles Cavendish, the former Adele Astaire, Astaire, also -chose clothes from this house. Mme. Rene Clair, wife of the French film producer xvho made "Sous Jes Toits de Paris" and "The Ghost Goes West," also has bought many clothes here. Almost all of the stage and screen stars are wearing red this year. It varies varies from the vivid and brilliant shade called "Danger Red" to the duller more somber wine shade, called Chateauneuf du Pape. This couturiere made all of Iho, clothes for the new French play, ."Le Camelot," which stars Gladys Gould, an American actress, ;n leading role. The action of the play takes place between 1919 and 1924 and Schiaparelli has put her tongue in her cheek in designing and burlesquing the ridiculous clothes worn in that era. The and the skirts are shortened to waistlines come almost to the Lips knees.