The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on May 24, 1970 · Page 516
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The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California · Page 516

Los Angeles, California
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Sunday, May 24, 1970
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A couple of playful Hollywood brats are growing up . . . and looking good. Little Lucie, 18, and young Desi, 17, children of Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball, are two young professionals hard at work. They also happen to be swinging Beverly Hills teen-agers. They've been starring on their mother's Here's Lucy TV show for three years; and around mom no quarter is shown. It's a snap for these showbiz kids; they've been in the game a long time, to say nothing of the ham-genes in their bloodstream. Desi claims he started rehearsing when he was three for his premiere as a drummer on the Art Linkletter show when he was six. "They couldn't see me, but they could hear me," he recalls. Little Lucie debuted on Big Lucy's show at the age of 12. The beautiful young mods are moving up and out. Lucie is now cooking chicken cacciatori in her own apartment for her fiance, director Phil Vandervort. Desi, still living at home, spends most of his extra time on a recording stage with the Dino, Desi and Billy rock group. Together, the kids are pace setters. With what borders on a fiendish gleam in their eyes, they love fun. Unisex is their latest thing. Whenever they go out together, they are one step ahead of their peers in the world of young fashion. By REVA BERGER. Unisex is sometimes the rage for the Arnaz young. Below, both wear tweed pants designed for men ($29) and ribbed sweaters ($18) from Mike Bain, 8491 Sunset. Lucie adds a leather and chain belt ($14). Also below and while on the bicycle, Lucie changes to a stripped rayon cotton pants ($16 ) from Mike Bain and her own blouse. A little more conventional are the ooh-la-la legs showing under her skirt. The mauve and plum washable blouse ( $42 ) and skirt ( $32 ) are jrom Paraphernalia, 323 North Rodeo. 16

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