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By Anne-Marie Schiro and Anne-Marie Schiro,New York Times News Service | December 2, 1993
Many women may be reluctant to wear them, but sheer clothes show no signs of fading away.Sheerness abounds in the resort and holiday duds coming into )) stores now and was rife on the runways for spring.But not to worry.There are many ways to wear see-through fashions without offending modesty -- or catching a chill.Under sheer black dresses and tunics, Joan Kaner, the fashion director of Neiman Marcus, wears a black spandex exercise unitard that provides coverage but looks sleek.As an alternative, she suggests a flesh-colored bodysuit in an opaque satiny jersey.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | June 23, 2000
American Tom Malchow and Dutchwoman Inge de Bruijn cited the technology when they posted world records recently. When Russian Alexander Popov improved the world record in the 50-meter freestyle, he used a more traditional look, and so will everyone who competes at the U.S. Olympic swimming trials. Full-length bodysuits are the issue, and yesterday USA Swimming's board of directors voted 16-3 to ban them during its eight days of Olympic qualifying in August. The qualifiers in Indianapolis, however, will be able to use them a month later at the Games in Sydney, Australia.
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By Francine Parnes and Francine Parnes,Contributing Writer | November 25, 1993
If you're bent on slipping into something comfortable for the holidays, consider a bodysuit with a long wrap skirt or evening pants."A bodysuit stays down, and it doesn't ride up, gap or wrinkle," says Patti Cohen, a vice president at Donna Karan. "That's the main reason for it. You put it on along with your stockings, and you're almost dressed.""It's the modern blouse of the '90s," designer Josie Natori says.Panne or smooth velvet, sheers, glittery knits and embroidered lace are the top holiday looks, according to Karen Bromley, speaking for the Intimate Apparel Council.
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By Elsa Klensch | September 5, 1996
I'm in line to be the next manager of the California region of a major cosmetics company. That is, if the other two managers who are also vying for the position don't get in my way.I travel constantly, and I work out in every hotel gym, so I'm in great shape. I need a knockout dress for my next round of travel.We were told that the executives making the promotion "have their eye on us." Please help me find a sensational, but not too expensive, look.The chic dress of the season is in dark jersey, with graphic blocks of contrasting color on the bodice or sleeves.
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By Elsa Klensch | September 5, 1996
I'm in line to be the next manager of the California region of a major cosmetics company. That is, if the other two managers who are also vying for the position don't get in my way.I travel constantly, and I work out in every hotel gym, so I'm in great shape. I need a knockout dress for my next round of travel.We were told that the executives making the promotion "have their eye on us." Please help me find a sensational, but not too expensive, look.The chic dress of the season is in dark jersey, with graphic blocks of contrasting color on the bodice or sleeves.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | January 30, 1991
While watching the high school sports segment of the evening news one night, Barbara Macmillan was pleasantly surprised by something she saw.There was her 16-year-old daughter, Janine, sprinting to victory in a sleek gold and baby-blue Lycra bodysuit during the 3,200-meter relay event of the National Guard indoor track meet."
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By Woody Hochswender and Woody Hochswender,N.Y. Times News Service | October 30, 1991
PARIS - Pulled by some mysterious, irresistible force, hemlines have been falling.Is it gravity? Or fate? Why now, you say, when women are just beginning to feel comfortable in the shorter lengths?Indeed, store buyers and fashion editors in Europe for the spring showings were divided over the new silhouette. Even the designers seemed confused. This was the season of the great compromise hemline.Fashion is a little bit like trading futures: the clothes shown in Paris and Milan, Italy, in the past month are for spring delivery.
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By Nancy Imperiale and Nancy Imperiale,Orlando Sentinel | March 9, 1992
It's not easy wearing your insides on your outsides.But for 18 years, mild-mannered John Burstein has slipped his 5-foot-10, 155-or-so-pound frame into a skintight bodysuit with organs, muscles and skeletal structure painted on to become Slim Goodbody.He doesn't profess to be a man of steel, but after dispensing health tips to millions of children, he bills himself "America's Health Hero."Recently, the 42-year-old New Yorker pondered his life as Slim Goodbody.It has meant nearly two decades of exercise and moderate eating.
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By Mary Corey and Mary Corey,Sun Staff Writer | August 11, 1994
In college, friends nicknamed Dyana Neal a WAB.The acronym for Wears All Black has proven fitting for Ms. Neal, 24, of Medfield. As a WBJC radio announcer/producer, an actress and member of Baltimore Choral Arts Society, she needs clothes that look good on long days.A fan of vintage attire, she buys many things that date to the '40s and '50s."Those styles are flattering for someone with my build," she says. "I'm only 5 foot 3, but I'm not skinny. I have curves."How does working at a job where you're heard and not see affect your style?
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | June 23, 2000
American Tom Malchow and Dutchwoman Inge de Bruijn cited the technology when they posted world records recently. When Russian Alexander Popov improved the world record in the 50-meter freestyle, he used a more traditional look, and so will everyone who competes at the U.S. Olympic swimming trials. Full-length bodysuits are the issue, and yesterday USA Swimming's board of directors voted 16-3 to ban them during its eight days of Olympic qualifying in August. The qualifiers in Indianapolis, however, will be able to use them a month later at the Games in Sydney, Australia.
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By Mary Corey and Mary Corey,Sun Staff Writer | August 11, 1994
In college, friends nicknamed Dyana Neal a WAB.The acronym for Wears All Black has proven fitting for Ms. Neal, 24, of Medfield. As a WBJC radio announcer/producer, an actress and member of Baltimore Choral Arts Society, she needs clothes that look good on long days.A fan of vintage attire, she buys many things that date to the '40s and '50s."Those styles are flattering for someone with my build," she says. "I'm only 5 foot 3, but I'm not skinny. I have curves."How does working at a job where you're heard and not see affect your style?
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By Anne-Marie Schiro and Anne-Marie Schiro,New York Times News Service | December 2, 1993
Many women may be reluctant to wear them, but sheer clothes show no signs of fading away.Sheerness abounds in the resort and holiday duds coming into )) stores now and was rife on the runways for spring.But not to worry.There are many ways to wear see-through fashions without offending modesty -- or catching a chill.Under sheer black dresses and tunics, Joan Kaner, the fashion director of Neiman Marcus, wears a black spandex exercise unitard that provides coverage but looks sleek.As an alternative, she suggests a flesh-colored bodysuit in an opaque satiny jersey.
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By Francine Parnes and Francine Parnes,Contributing Writer | November 25, 1993
If you're bent on slipping into something comfortable for the holidays, consider a bodysuit with a long wrap skirt or evening pants."A bodysuit stays down, and it doesn't ride up, gap or wrinkle," says Patti Cohen, a vice president at Donna Karan. "That's the main reason for it. You put it on along with your stockings, and you're almost dressed.""It's the modern blouse of the '90s," designer Josie Natori says.Panne or smooth velvet, sheers, glittery knits and embroidered lace are the top holiday looks, according to Karen Bromley, speaking for the Intimate Apparel Council.
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By Nancy Imperiale and Nancy Imperiale,Orlando Sentinel | March 9, 1992
It's not easy wearing your insides on your outsides.But for 18 years, mild-mannered John Burstein has slipped his 5-foot-10, 155-or-so-pound frame into a skintight bodysuit with organs, muscles and skeletal structure painted on to become Slim Goodbody.He doesn't profess to be a man of steel, but after dispensing health tips to millions of children, he bills himself "America's Health Hero."Recently, the 42-year-old New Yorker pondered his life as Slim Goodbody.It has meant nearly two decades of exercise and moderate eating.
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By Woody Hochswender and Woody Hochswender,N.Y. Times News Service | October 30, 1991
PARIS - Pulled by some mysterious, irresistible force, hemlines have been falling.Is it gravity? Or fate? Why now, you say, when women are just beginning to feel comfortable in the shorter lengths?Indeed, store buyers and fashion editors in Europe for the spring showings were divided over the new silhouette. Even the designers seemed confused. This was the season of the great compromise hemline.Fashion is a little bit like trading futures: the clothes shown in Paris and Milan, Italy, in the past month are for spring delivery.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | January 30, 1991
While watching the high school sports segment of the evening news one night, Barbara Macmillan was pleasantly surprised by something she saw.There was her 16-year-old daughter, Janine, sprinting to victory in a sleek gold and baby-blue Lycra bodysuit during the 3,200-meter relay event of the National Guard indoor track meet."
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By Bill Glauber and Bill Glauber,Sun Staff Correspondent | June 28, 1991
WIMBLEDON, England -- They held a tennis tournament yesterday and a fashion show broke out.At precisely 3:52 p.m., a clean-shaven 21-year-old model/player with shoulder-length streaked blond hair, a white headband and dangling gold earring peeled off a white warm-up suit and walked down a grass-covered runway. The crowd of 13,107 in the old green stadium fell silent and then cheered.Andre Agassi was back at Wimbledon, all dressed up in virgin white.Agassi, bowing to tradition, therules and the royals at the All England Club, essentially bleached his basic multi-colored "Rock-and-Roll Tennis" outfit and conformed to the tournament's "predominantly white" clothing rule.
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By ORLANDO SENTINEL | May 26, 2006
X-Men: The Last Stand Rating -- PG-13. What it's about -- The X-Men go to war with the Brotherhood, mutants who don't play nice. The Kid Attractor Factor -- Comic book heroes brawl like ninjas, women try to make relationships with their men work, and Mystique wears that paint-on blue bodysuit. Good lessons/bad lessons -- Be true to your school. And just because we're different, that doesn't mean we need to be "cured." Violence -- Quite a bit more than the first two X's. Language -- Quite a bit more profane than the first two X's. Sex -- Almost.
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