People: Apr. 28, 1967

Invitations to the Paris gala benefit prescribed: "Smoking pour les hommes et pour les femmes," which in this case did not mean that everyone should light up a Gauloise. Smoking meant le smoking, French for dinner jacket, and nearly all the girls, falling in with a trend started by Designer Yves St. Laurent last year, showed up looking like either Marlene Dietrich or a headwaiter. Well, almost. Certainly no one would have taken Singer Francoise Hardy, 23, for a captain. Still, the men in the crowd at the Moulin Rouge party seemed more fascinated...

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