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Shown here are some infallible fashions for winter and spring jaunts. From left: Harve Benard's 3/4 full length tunic with stand-up collar and contrasting buttons worn over an easy, slim skirt of 100 percent viscose linen; double breasted square neck navy tunic with brass buttons, worn with a red and white striped sleeveless scooped neck pullover and cropped pant, from JH Collectibles; Leo Narducci's linen knit shell in plum worn with a linen/cotton split skirt in a plum and navy check.

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[[image: a glamorous woman wears a full-length fur coat; in the background, two men in suit and tie.]]

It's a Christie.

Constantino and Terry Christie are the fifth generation of Christie Brothers designing and manufacturing exquisite furs. Born of proud heritage with knowledge and expertise that began when they were children in Kastoria, Greece, they created The Christie Fur. Each, a work of art.

Shown: Female Canadian Lynx coat.

Christie Brothers, 333 Seventh Avenue, New York – 3414 Peachtree Rd., N.E., Atlanta, Georgia
Modeled by Barbara Christie Arbes – Jewelry by Petochi & Gorevic


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