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12 THE NEW YORK MAGAZINE PROGRAM WHAT the MAN will WEAR [[image]] EVENING: Since dress became a cultural influence in human affairs wits have been flogged to devise a starched shirt-front that will not pop up. The lucky inventor well knows that he would deserve to have his likeness hewn in eternal marble or deathless bronze. The unraveling of the skein seems to be as far off as ever. Nevertheless, many ingenious ideas are put forth and even the button-on tab, memento of a vanished era, has been revived. One of the many methods of subjugating the rebellious shirt-front is pictured in the accompanying sketch. The bosom is so cut that it tapers into narrowness from the top downward. The cloth outside the bosom is left soft. Thus the enveloping waistcoat keeps the narrow end of the bosom flat and the button-on tab helps to insure tautness. [[image]] The cuffs of the shirt shown are rounded off, a practice that is on the spread. The bow-knot tie is black satin. AFTERNOON: Pajamas have cast off the cocoon of tradition. They are as colorful as a Sierra Nevada sunset. The silk affair shown is designed for warm-weather wear, with loose wide elbow sleeves and cool "shorts." The shawl collar, sleeve-edges, breast pocket, and hem of the shirt are faced with contrasting color upon a pastel-tinted background. Indeed, the trend of taste in pajamas is away from stripes toward bright-hued plain effects. It is indisputable that the Prince of Wales has given a world-wide vogue to the sailor, (Continued on page 14) NO WONDER husbands don't like to go to Europe. It's an ordeal. Can they be sure they won't get hotel rooms on a tram junction? Can they figure the exchange between francs and pengos? Can they be sure that their compartment between Paris and Madrid is a "smoking?" Can they learn from a Czech-speaking chauffeur whether they are bound for the Jewish cemetery or the "Bartered Bride"? No, they can't. Here's where Raymond-Whitcomb comes in. They can get you the hotel rooms you like. You won't crack up before a Dutch ticket-wicket trying to palm off pesetas for gulden. You would be squeezed into the inside corner of a "nichtrauchen" compartment. Don't go abroad without consulting us; we can relieve you of many worries. Also—this is important—don't forget our North Cape Cruise. It sails June 30; lasts a month; and visits among other places Leningrad and Moscow. RAYMOND WHITCOMB NEW YORK OFFICES 225 FIFTH AVE. — ASH. 4-9530 670 FIFTH AVE. — VOL. 5-3400 OR ANY AUTHORIZED STEAMSHIP AGENT NATIONAL THEATRE 13 Business prestige--as reflected in your private offices. [[image]] The Macey Co. 545 FIFTH AVE. Designers and Manufacturers of exclusive Office Furniture Macey TIMES SQUARE AUTO SCHOOL LEARN TO DRIVE $10 PRIVATE LESSONS MAIN OFFICE 200 1/2 West 40th St., near 7th Ave. (Open till 6 P. M.) LOngacre 5-5869 BRANCH OFFICE 1960 Broadway N. E. Cor. 66th St. (Open Evenings) TRafalgar 7-2649 DUAL SAFETY CONTROLS CARS TO HIRE FOR ROAD TEST
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