People, Aug. 27, 1956

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At a banquet during the Suez conference in London (see FOREIGN NEWS), square-cut Soviet Foreign Minister Dmitry Shepilov turned up in a brand-new dinner jacket, set fellow diplomats and male fashion authorities to buzzing. A spokesman for Britain's dictatorial but often waggish Tailor and Cutter magazine ripped into Shepilov's ensemble with a piece-by-piece analysis. Of the pre-tied, hook-on bow tie: "If you don't have a valet to tie your tie, which regrettably many people don't, then you should tie it up yourself.'' Of the...

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