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Specialists in Apparel, Broadway at 34th Street
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As Originated by Paris and Presented by Saks & Company
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and even ? L ^ ^ ^^ d? 8tartlin? ^ at *e "-kline,
and even our shoes turn from staid black to brilliant red! We show
below a few of the most important changes made by the hand of Paris.
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TJurf becoming duo, black-and
sifcer, is used to carry out the
Hues of this new turban
hat ? $25
Third Floor
New Dance Frocks are
Almost Tripping Length!
Now they are here we realize the long skirted frocks
are the prettiest 1 V
Take a scarlet taffeta dance frock (first figure
at the right) with ruffled skirt full enough to bil?
low at the ankles. The plain waist has silk flowers
for ornament.35.00
A gold velvet frock has a full skirt shirred to a
basque blouse. But its real distinction lies in the
beautifully curved neckline, cut to fall over the
shoulders, and its trimmings of Ermine fur. 59.50
The important metallic note appears in a silver
blue frock, fashionably plain except for medallions
of blue velvet and silver on the skirt. . . 55.00
Changeable satin appears again in a brilliant
cerise satin frock of circular skirl: and puffing at the
A rhinestone buckle decorates the front.
45.00
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waist.
Second Floor
It's the short-sighted maiden who has not discovered the charm
of the long-skirted frock
Fall Lingerie
With New Lines
French gowns. Like most
gowns of today, the sleeves
of this batiste model are con?
spicuous by their absence.
The new long arm hole, and
the front of the gown are
beautifully embroidered.
Women's Coats Adopt a
Vast Amount of Fur
A head-dress by night is note as necessary
as a hat by day! A newly arrived
Paris head-dress of metallic leaves
and ?orvers?various styles,
-$2.50 to $18.50 Street Floor
If It's a New Suit
The Collar Says So
Even in this season of startling changes to blouse
jackets and draped skirts in Winter suits, it's the
collar that stands out?literally as well as figura?
tively.
Lanvin collar is a double collar, lined on the inside with
fur. It comes on a new suit with a saddle silhouette,
flat in back but extended at the hips. In high shades
such as genoese, Hawaiian, and blue. . . 65.00
The HaIf=Moon collar is a crescent-shaped fur collar
cleverly cut so as to frame the face, and keep the
neck warm. It is used on a black arabella suit
with the large new Paris cuffs of beaver to match.
98.50
The Cardinal collar is cut circularly so as to stand up
but extended about the neck. Attractively made of
beaver for matching a suit of arabella. . 79.50
Fourth Floor
Special
3.95
A radium silk gorvn wit?i
wide silk shoulder straps,
and band of real filet inser?
tion, special . . . 5.95
Neto costume slip. Like
this year's frocks, it has a
long waist, with skirt gath?
ered full at the back. Of
satin sequa, a rich soft satin
material. In black, brown,
nayy- .... , 6.95
Rows of hemstitching and
a plaited ruffle trim a new
radium silk petticoat.
Special . ? . 3,95
THrd Floor
Coats are queenly
garments this season,
with their rich mate?
rials luxuriously
draped, and trimmed
with an unusual
amount of fur.
A fur blouse is the
striking feature of a
new black gerona
coat, with new up?
standing collar of fur
and sleeves of the ma?
terial . . 165.00
The Cape effect at its
newest and best is
seen in a coat of silk
duvetyne. The cape
at the back makes the
sleeves and is broadly
banded with squirrel.
275.00
Embroidered sleeves
in kit fox shade to
match the coat, fea?
ture a third model.
Trimmed in kit fox
fur. 185.00
The sketch (above) shows how capes have grown in length
and, accordingly, in smartness. And the nezoest capes turn
to fur bands at the cape hems. Black fashona trimmed with
black caracul. 85.00. Fourth Floor
Presenting Paris Models in
Women's Gowns
Red Slippers
From the moment that the fash?
ionable Queen Victoria, wife of
Manuel of Portugal, ordered
red velvet slippers they became
the darlings of Paris.
They're worn to match red
gowns, or, more popularly, to
serve as brilliant contrast to a
white frock or one of contrasting
color.
Red velvet slippers in the san?
daled Circe model sketched
above.10.50
Red kid Colonial pumps, which
can be worn for street, for after?
noon wear or for evening,
10.50
Second Floor
One gets the benefit of
original French creations
at American prices, in the
new copies of French
models' which the Wo?
men's Department shows.
A Worth model shows a
regal draped gown of
black georgette, with ex?
quisite bits of pearl, jade
and silver beading at one
shoulder and belt. 150.00
An original Agnes model
introduces the new long
sleeves, which is elabo?
rately embroidered and
beaded in the new Egyp?
tian colors. Of black
moroccain . . 150.00
The Miller Soeurs model
shows an attractive nas?
turtium orange geor?
gette, trimmed on the
bodice and skirt with
groups of velvet leaves of
the same shade . 69.75
The aristocrat of all Paris frocks is a Renee model of black
Georgette, strikingly trimmed with black net. An important
feature is the shallow net yoke in front, but a deep yoke
reaching to waist in the back. 150.00. Fourth Floor
The Matelasse
and Other New Negligees
Xow that Paris has taught
us about the satin-stitched
material known as mate?
lasse, negligees adopt it as
their own.
A clever new matelasse neg?
ligee banded in plain satin
comes at an unusual price.
29.75
A. robe that is fit for a prin?
cess is a matelasse slip-on
model. It is stitched in con?
trasting color, which matches
the following georgette
sleeves . . . . 59.50
For warmth, we recommend
a new flannel robe, with
monk sleeves. It is trimmed
with white bands, embroi?
dered with blue flannel to
match the robe. In all
shades . . .. . ... 19.75
Third Floor
Brown Wraps with Caracul, in Capecoat Lines for Misses
The fashionable miss turns naturallv to brown trimmed with
black fur for Winter. And. the new cape-coat effect is seen at
its best m a brown marvella WTap with deep cape that falls
to the hem. Banded with black caracul . . . 145.00
The new box coats sponsored by Paris are especially be?
coming to misses and little women. These are finished
at the hips with a broad band which fastens snugly. In
black broadtail cloth, banded with skunk . . "79.50
The popular blouse effect is found on an interesting coat
of black marvella which uses narrow bands of black cara?
cul on its sleeves and collar. The three bands of caracul
on the skirt of the coat are a new feature . . 145.00
Jewelry Which Proves It's the Little Things That Count
Bracelets
The well - dressed
arm always wears at
least three. Carved
jet bracelets, ?
8.50
Snake bracelets with
marcasite heads,
12.50
Jet Combs
Tor these days of
tight hair and elabo?
rate headdresses we
suggest this magnifi?
cent comb of real
jet, in lacy pattern.
26.50
Street Floor
Earrings
it's as necessary that
earrings be long as
frocks. But that is
only one of the requi?
sites of this charm?
ing pearl and rhine?
stone pair. 14.50
Crystal
The exceeding
smartness of crystal
jewelry has set us all
crystal gazing. A
crystal and jet black
necklace . 12.50
A bracelet to match,
5.00
Wrist' Watch
A decoration at the
same time it is a
necessity. Set with
diamonds and sap?
phires in platinum.
? 85.00
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