Fashion: Will the Real Picture Please Sit Down?

O-o-o-o—POP! That was the way the eyes had it one evening last week at the preview of an exhibition of op art held by Manhattan's Museum of Modern Art. Origin of that uncertain feeling was not only the 123 pieces of calculated retina-wrenching on the museum walls. Many of the previewers seemed as bent as the artists on manipulating the wandering eye.

Gisela Oster, for instance, whose husband Gerald had two black and white eye foolers in the show, gave him some dazzling competition with a turquoise-and-white-striped evening coat over a turquoise-and-white-striped long dress, but Sculptor Marilynn Karp outstriped her...

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