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    • Sportswear

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    • Men's summer sportswear collection featuring a variety of cotton trunks worn with short sleeved shirts and colored undershirts. Khaki is a popular choice as are the canvas espadrilles all the men are wearing
    • Active sportswear

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    • Single-breasted jackets worn with tattersall or suede vests and sleeved or sleeveless pullover sweater. Trousers in white or grey flannel. Knickers for golf, breeches or jodhpurs for riding. Polo shirts with white trousers for tennis. Brown/white...
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    • The nuclear family is born in the 1950s. The term togetherness extends to the family wardrobe shown here in coordinated summer clothes with identical fabrics (Life Magazine, May 25, 1959)
    • Sportswear

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    • Jeans continue as the single most popular garment throughout the century (Life Magazine, August 24, 1958)
    • Sportswear

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    • Black/burgundy hopsack sports jacket. Black knit tie. Navy blue velour Library (Sussex: jacket; Dobbs: hat; Gentlemen's Quarterly, October 1958)
    • Sportswear

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    • Silk striped sports shirts with pearl buttons. Pattern repeated in less costly cotton shirt by the hundreds (Gentlemen's Quarterly, November 1958)
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    • Bermuda shorts for both sexes are enormously popular in the 50s, especially in the equally popular Madras cotton plaids in use for every kind of men's clothing- jackets, shirts, ties, etc (Apparel Arts, Summer 1957)
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    • The pant suit for women is introduced in the late 60s. This one shows a new twist in that the suit coat is full-length (Antonio, illustrator; The New York Times, August 28, 1966)
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    • The popular cut in men's suits is a tightly fitted double-breasted jacket. Plaid and checked vests are very popular (designed by Tarra; Gentlemen's Quarterly, September 1967)
    • Sportswear

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    • Classic Courreges. Short white boots, precisely tailored pants, cropped jacket and goggles (Officiel, 1965)
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    • Typical collegiate look of the time achieved with natural materials, in this case wool with a hint of ethnicity in the sweater (New York Magazine, December 11, 1978)
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    • Shirts, pants, dresses, etc. in cotton velour make their appearance in the late 1970s and become enormously popular with both sexes (Gentlemen's Quarterly, November 1977)
    • Sportswear

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    • The safari look in khaki in a variety of pant lengths is very popular (Gentlemen's Quarterly, November 1977)
    • Running clothes

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    • Sportswear outfits for running and exercising (Shorter: running suit; Lauren: warmup suit; Sport Pages Catalog, Dallas, Fall 1979)
    • Sportswear

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    • Champion female athletes wearing various lengths and versions of spandex sports attire. Left to right: volleyball, windsurfing, triathlete, water skiing, beach volleyball, triathlete (designed for Danskin; print ad, July 1992)

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