Fashion: The Word from Paris

The key word in Paris, wrote the New York Herald Tribune's smart Eugenia Sheppard. was "sex." The prim Times sidestepped and called it "femininity." Last week, as the high-fashion houses of Paris put on display their latest notions of feminine architecture, it was clear that bosoms, knees, waists and hips were back. With that psychic unanimity that seems to animate the Paris fashion world, just about every big designer apparently had decided that the days of loose-fitting, shape-hiding dresses are gone.

As always, the pressagents were hard at work on the swarming fashion...

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