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Friday, August 21, 1964
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trousers for women. During fashion 7 -J I. ' IT. J J 26 THE.OTTAWA JOURNAL ItUD AT, AUUU8T ZJ, 1UW i ! - '. , New Swing to Milady s Masculinity Stirs Historians and Sociologists By JEAN SPRAIN 'WILSON which near-nudity alto li (ha stand this ttyle , thievery, at it a possibility recently suggested . NEW YORK (AP) Paradox- vogue. sociologists, fashion hit- hat turvived the long pantt by an Engllth-style historian? Ically. while Frenchmen glory torians and designer!, too, are competition inspired by actrest CREATE J-TROUSER SUITS in la- difference, French coulur- pondering the significance of Marlene Dietrich? A year ago the dean of U.S. lei are diminishing it by de- this seemingly masculine trend Or it fashion now about to couturiers, Norman Norell, cre- creeiag troutars and mora in the Paris collections Just in-,hi(t Its a m p h a s 1 1 toward tea J"" tr0UMr " " year 9 - T A.. traduced. In . Will the i egos of vmnrc fl. CHINA MINK SQUIRREL KOLINSKY STOLES . Northern Mnskral Back Coals . Dyed Luxurious Mink Shades making the male rather thaa ""' auwM man- with- the female mmmmmm ia i. u I V : I ' " K - . - mora attractive? PfomBJ.d ,him aU saore to , u 1933 TREND RETURNS IN MODIFIED FORM Model at left displays the latest trend of the French couturiers at she wears a Chanel fashion of black woollen trousers with red and gold b roc he Jacket and . matching blouse. Actress Marlene Deitrtch. famed for her beautiful legs, 1 shown . at right in 1933 in a mannish suit that she wore then and which started a similar . trend, ' - ' v- (AP-Jeurnal Wtraptott) il FANTASTIC fir i u Ji l sii simi II ui wt.wriW wist ' wm , wrtlm ninens i iB ( 0 X I) ) (o)(o) .r249 'YOUR WEST END. FURRIER' Shop, in Air Conditioned Comfort WASERMAW FURS LTD. 177 RICHMOND ROAD (corner Kkkwood Ave.) PHONE 722-6S29 OPEN MONDAY TO SATURDAY R AM. TO P.M. FRIDAYS UNTIL t P.M.- ; l; ; - '.J .. ' it .Zld TEXTURE ANaOESlCN BY kENDEN BUILDERS. BEAUTIFUL PHOTOCRAPH BY TSINf VAN v THE STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE r. , . IN: WHITEHAVEN VILUCE.!;, :; ; Cxcluiivcly: RADCLIFF Realties ltd. Rtilror ; , V '' 236-9401 is couscuon uus season, even though be admits he personally it not fond of long trousers on women. ; So many woman bought and wore NoreU't pants U.S. designers took to tailoring them loo. for travel, or anything. Then la Parts these last few weeks Andre Courreges, Pierre Cardin. Jacques Esterel, Coco Chanel. Balenclaga almost every couturier but stubborn young Yves St. Laurent brought forth tight legged or bell-bottomed,' hip-slung or high-waitted. creased or createless long pants la every fabric from flannel to lace. In London, fashion historian Jakes Lever told a trade publication: "It (a typical of matriarchy when the sexes get very close together, ta clothes. . . . Women being the breadwinners now can afford to choose husbands who attract tbera as men, not as providers. Men, therefore, could begin to dress for physical attraction." DE-MYSTIFY SEX That seeming feminine extreme in physical attraction, the bared . bosoms trend, had prompted Lever to speak up. The trousers trend 'doet not con tradlct this vogue, he said In effect, because women are subconsciously pitying down their tea by de-mystifying It. "Females can't, find a dominant male anymore," It the reason why women are wearing the long pantt, in the opinion of Michigan State University sociologist Davd Gottlieb. The ogre destroying masculinity, ha contends It modern society's worshipfuloess of the organization man with hit clean fingernails and white collar. "He tmellt nice, never 'sweats (only perspires), and surren ders hit young sons to a world ot females. DESIGN FOR DEITRICH In 1933. when the emancipated woman was not the threat the appears to be now, U.S. designer Anthony Blotta created those famous grey flannel trousers for Marlene Dietrich. But today, in the height of their popularity, he refuses to make them. "Today's designers have no other Meat but gimmicks." he says, "and the first gimmick is to confute a woman by making her look like something . else. -An exception among the French fashion houses is dis ciple of the leu Christian Dior, YVes St Laurent. He has refused ' to Join the trousering herd. "Too much ot fashion Is based on the concept of the American woman who dominates the male," he told the press. "I know I started with that sail or's pea Jacket. Now It's fin ished for me. No more gim micks." MOTH-PROOF Use moth ball at the centre to wind a hank of yarn Into a ball to store. Weddings NtehartW-Hagen The wedding took piece Saturday, Aug. IS of John Sutherland Pritchard. son of Mr. and Mrs. Evan Prttohard of Kazabazua, Quebec, jtnd Dianne Koaalind Kagen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Kagen, at Trinity United Church, Ottawa, Ontario. . . . - The. ceremony Iwas performed by Rev. Dr. M. J. D. Carton, and Mrs. Romkey wee organist. '" ' Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore white satin floor length gown accented with appliques of lace, and a chapel train. A coronet enhanced with teed pearls held her shoulder length veil of nylon tulle. She carried a - cascade bouquet of red rotes and white mums. ' " ' x Miss Marilyn Hagen was maid of honor for her sister, and the bridesmaids were Miss Aleu Pritchard, sister -of the bridegroom, and Miss Lorna Hagen, sister of the bride. They wore yellow organza over taffeta with matching heed ' pieces and carried a cascade bouquet of yellow and white ' shasta daisies. - - .-'.): "' ' - ,;. ". y Mr. Douglas Baker, cousin of the bridegroom, wis best man. Mr. Robert Manley, Mr. Donald Saumweber and Mr. . " Slusrt Taggart were ushers. i :; r . r r , - - ' Following a reception in the church' hall the couple left on a trip to Montreal, Eastern Townships and Kaza- . bazua, Quebec They will reside in Metcalfe. Ontario. ; Hannanson-Purdy The marriage of Miss Janet Inn Furdy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Layton Purdy. Dartmouth, NS and Flying Officer Gerald Lee Allen Hermanson, son of Squadron Leader and Mrs. J. E. A. Hermanson. Ottawa; was aolenv'! nized at Grace United Church, Dartmouth, on Aug. 1, 1964. ' Fratt Allen The marriage of Barbara Eleanor, daughter ef Mr.'ind , Mrs. Can V. Allen to Mr. Barry James Pratt, , son of Mr. and Mrs. Oris R. Pratt, all of Ottawa, took place on Saturday, Aug. 15. at 1 p-m. in Park dale United Church. Rev. Gordon C Smyth officiated. Wedding music was provided ., by Mf. T. Crompton, organist, with Mrs. J. D. Parker u soloist . . ,?. ,.v.. . . . Given In marriage by her father, the bride wit attended , by Mrs. Lloyd Pinkney as matron of honor, Mrs. James '; Ritchie and Mia Linda Pratt, sistei of the bridegroom, were bridesmaids. Mr. James Ritchie was best man and the guests were ushered by Mr. John Allen, brother of the bride. Mr. Garry See, -cousin of the bride, and Dr. Lloyd Pinkney. Following a reception at the Golden Totem dinlngroom the couple left on a wedding trip to the , son ( Waeaiast sp e pUeee ea tke Suits Pasve M ft pit wW. rtcteret UI a MIte at ss-te ft sbule eMeu at t S" la tMpta wx at to M wartt lae males eutur aaSw tke pletare a4 Pr aaaklMaleaia IP to 1" at ttptt wttk as to se wares af raaaiat auttar aaaar pi, lira, lafarau-ttaa aa tatts Par aeelttaaal eaptk er warSata, plaaaa can atlet Stay ee sties Dm, StS-ltli. earttailia - "(LINGERIE FOR SARt , A tissue-paper tewing pattern of' the undergarments worn with the beautiful, flowing Indian sari is being sold et the Indian Pavilion of the World's Fair. It's Ja response to the demand of fair visitors Interested in purchasing the bandweven saris but Wondering how to fashion the undergarments. The underpinnings, a bolero-type blouse and long petticoat, are not ready-made, even m Indie, but are hand sewn to match each sari. ' v SAUCE FOR YAMS ' . 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' '. r The social program got under way Thursday evening at an elaborate buffet In the Quebec Suite. n Speaker at the luncheon on Friday was Dr. Emmett O'Grady, head of the English department, t the University of Ottawa, which followed a round-table discussion by - the delegate wives about "How to keep our association executive alive." Mrs. Arthur Buliledj of Toronto, was chairman. Friday afternoon was left free or sightseeing and for shopping in the Capital At a luncheon on Saturday, Mr. Bullied, chairman of the meeting, will Introduce new officer! and directors who ere to be elected at the annual business meeting. MRS. GANDHI ELECTED NEW DELHI (AP)-Mrs. Gandhi was elected Friday to Parliament, where she mutt neve a teat because of her des ignation at Indian minister of information. The -daughter of ex-prime minister Nehru was cnosen m uttar rraaein. wnose CnnopoA LAROCQUE'S JCjcjI Shop Fri days 'til W legislature acts as an electoral college. 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