Letters, Mar. 18, 1957

French Dressing

Sir:

After reading of Dior's hysterical high fashions in your March 4 issue, one cannot but think there is something calm and sane about a fig leaf.

EMMA WARREN GIBSON

Berkeley, Calif.

Sir:

Dior and his scissors bear a striking resemblance to Hitchcock and one of his thrillers.

MARGARET CLARK

MARY FAY DOLE

New York City

¶ For the resemblance, see cuts.—ED.

Sir:

"This year the word on Dior is: 'The line is free, free as the Paris air . . . free from making a choice between wide and narrow . . . free to wear or not to wear . . .' " This "line" is certainly...

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