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ihe Bonwit, Teller & Co. Fashion Plate for Fall and Winter.
The master hand of Paris has again brought forth new and original motifs in Women's Dress. And the Paris influence is apparent in our wonderful assemblage of Tailor Suits, Gowns, Coats, Wraps, Millinery, Fur Garments and Waists. The best ideas of Chary, Callot, Cheruit, Tarvenier, Drecoll, Paquin, Doucet and Martial-Armand are revealed throughout our showing. On Tailor Suits, Costumes, Coats and Wraps— moire, velvet, tubular braiding and soutache embroidery is much used. The soft, clinging textures of evening gowns are enriched by strings of pearls, faceted beading, sequins, metallic trimming and gold and silver laces. The Fur Coats and Small Furs are fashioned of the very choicest skins, pre-eminent are the coats of French and Hudson Seal, Pony Skin and Caracul. Our policy is to sell the highest class garments at prices that are very moderate. In Our New Millinery Department. A magnificent display of hats has been arranged— showing examples from the foremost ateliers of Paris— Dress Hats, Turbans, Suit Hats, by Marie Louise, Virot, Reboux, Georgette, Lewis, De Fontaine, Louison, Camille Roger. This department will specialize in producing exact replicas of French Hats at very moderate prices. The same high standard which characterizes the Bonwit, Teller & Co. garments will be maintained in this new department of millinery. NOT ASSOCATED Q> C7*~ C^ ™E LEAHNC 154-56-58 Twenty-Third Street. West- NEW-YOirrc HATLV TRIBUNE, ajTCSDAY, OCTOBER 10. 1909. IW\