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MAISON
BERNARD
22 East 57?h Sitre?t
To This
Splendid Offer
of Coats
Is Added a
Dress Event of
Outstanding
Importance!
A Special
Purchase
and Sale
Of the Entire
Collection of
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MADE TO RETAIL
AT $200 TO $350
Our Special Sale
Prices Are
$
75
$95
$125
Known As The
Highest Type
Of American
Designed Gowns
Models for street,
luncheon, dinner and
informal wear, that
portray everything
that is new in the sea?
son's mode. The exqui?
site workmanship evi?
dent in every one of
these dresses, the qual?
ity of the materials,
the artistic embroid?
eries and other distinc?
tive trimming touches
will be appreciated by
the discriminating
woman of fashion.
We have included
in this sale a num?
ber of French
models in DAY and
EVENING
GOWNS and
THREE-PIECE
COSTUMES, mak?
ing it one of excep?
tional interest right
at the height of the
season.
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BERNARD
East S 7th Street, New York
Bettfeen Fifth and Madison Avenues
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7%e Larg-esf am* Mos? Versatile Collection of
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Ever Assembled In One Establishment!
Again Demonstrating the Style Leadership of Maison Bernard,
and Bringing True Distinction in Dress Within the Reach of
an Ever-Increasing Number of Appreciative Women
The policy of this exclusive establishment is to present apparel of evident distinc?
tion at prices that are, at all times, exceptionally moderate. Therefore, every effort
has been concentrated towards exemplifying this successful policy with a most mag?
nificent collection of manteaux. Illustrated are but a few of several hundred indi?
vidual models, which can be had in various combinations of fur and fabric.
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Brown crepe satin,
corded, lined toith
Hamstar fur, broto?
fox collar.
MarveUa. in *4I
to* o ?J ?.,r?
Trimmed *0U?
flvino eavirret
Auspiciously Introduce These Garments to
Discriminating Clientele They Have Been
Specially Priced for This Week at
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Coat of foupa-,
Uatlaese, trimmed
with Kamchatka
Lavin.
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UP
TO
Imported Models and Perfect Adaptations
for Day and Evening Wear
New Circular Eifects
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As sponsored by Jenny. They ap?
pear in the garments themselves,
and also in ruffles and short cape
effects used in many new ways.
Luxurious Fur Trimmings
Play a most important part. Cara?
cul, squirrel, fox, mole, monkey
fur, beaver and ermine ape used
to enhance greatly the obvious
beauty of each garment.
Colors Sponsored by Paris
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Autumn browns in the lead, fol?
lowed by new greys, blues, and the
always distinguished black. The
new shades in evening wraps mu^t
be seen to be appreciated.
MATERIALS
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Morcova
Tarquina
Cloque
Cashmere Duvetyn
Marvella
Lustrosa
Panoelaine
Gerona
Velvets
Brocades
Rich Silks
Imported Coating}
Stunning Fur-Lined Capes
Are quite the newest thing. Worn
either way, equally alluring both
ways, and serving a double pur?
pose. The furs used are caracul,
squirrel, moleskin, etc.
Sumptuous Evening Wraps
Are fashioned of chiffon velvet
and gorgeous metallic brocades.
Designed along new lines, they
are most flattering, especially
when combined with fur.
Utility and Sports Models
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Boast a smartness and swagger
all their own. Of imported Eng?
lish coatings, impeccably tailored,
either plain or with collars of fur.
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fj'/ilrred
ore ;> -
toot?
trimmed
u-ith block
fox, lilted
\ with cloth,
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