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FASHION FETE THE WORLD'S GREATEST
SHOW OF WOMEN'S STYLES
New York's "soci
ety leaders" who are
boosting "made- in
U. S. A." fashion's.
At top, Mrs.' James
Gordon Douglas; at,
bottom, Mrs. James
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r By Nixola Greeley-Smith.
New York, Nov. 5. Forthree days
of this week New York holds the
greatest exhibition of women's fash
ions in fhe history of the world.
It Is called a fashion -fete and will
be the first great exposition of "Made
in IT. S. A." styles. It was, organized
by the "golden lilies" of New York
society ho toii not, neither do they
spin. Yet Solomon, in all his glory,
was not arrayed even as they!
Seven of the most beautiful
young matrons of society -form a.
special committee chosen from- 75
patronesses whose names are the
bright spots in New York's social
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