Los Angeles Valley College - Crown Yearbook (Valley Glen, CA)

 - Class of 1974

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Nat every woman can wear a hat and look good. Barbara White is among the few who can. The peasant look is complimentary to Alex Duncan, who prefers the simple look. '-Y' ' '4 shoes, no shoes . . . backless, sideless, semi-frontless sun dresses . . . perma press everything . . . tennis this and tennis that . . . Garbo and Gatsby hats, large, floppy, and romantic, bubushka and turban style scarves . . . jackets of the pendleton, Corduroy, and velvet variety . . . all this in the Center ring. Either this is freedom or it's halloween. Diversity being the rule rather than the exception, each person sets his own style, creating a mass con- glomeration of the old and new. Whoever you are, whatever you are, the "mode" is a fleeting flash of reality that assigns an "okay,.dash, question mark" to everything from japanese walking thongs to rhinestone halter tops. While the older, more conventional modes of dress still prevail in the white shoe-white pants-sport's jacket tradition, the stronghold phenomena of the street Creation continues to reign supreme. The jean skirt, jacket, and pant tbe they faded, beaded, patched, secjuinned or thread- barel are forever popular, just as the "a la natural" peasant look is slightly passe, but by no means extinct. -i .ur 14 Teresa Cavanaugh can go right ahead and wear the pants in the family if she's going to look that good. F-, -J W ' , W

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i X Til? if 'gx i ' Ev W-an 1 1 . . v ,u .. at it ai By Carolyn Ristuccia Illustrated by Mike Russell And so this is fashion, that is, anything is fashion, because anything goes. There is no set fashion yardstick, no barometer to measure what's "hip" looking as opposed to what's tacky . . . these days, what feels good is what dictates acceptability, al- though the leading fashion magazines, for both men and women, whistle to a fastid- iously different tune. With fashion designers imploring people to shave off their eyebrows, reshape their liplines, color their finger and toenails every hue from black to puce, the fashion industry plays fashion "footsies" with mil- lions of egos around the world. There is no absolute or final word on what's tasteful, and yet each year the professional clothiers set up frantic pro- duction schedules in the month to month rush to get out next season's new "line"- somebody out there is waiting with baited breath. A most perceptive group, these masters of the cloth are. Dabbling in fantasy and visual hocus pocus lonly standard tricks of the tradej the fashion industry represents a Disneyland coalition of image makers. And why not? If the psychologists are right, amongst man's strongest drives is his need for stimulus variability. Change, par- ticularly visual change, provides a wel- come distraction from the humble monot- ony of day-to-day routine. And what else, besides fashion in its continual state of flux, provides a more suitable medium? It seems dressing to accent and project the view people have of themselves and others plays a predomi- nant role in costume selection. On the Valley campus one is sure to see alittle and a lot of everything from bargain basement specials to expensive "one-of-a- kind" originals. Although the mode is largely casual, many men and women choose to dress with conspicuous formality, while others take the more blase view that anything comfortable is appropriate. Parading about campus, students give a panoramic view of varying fashion trends. Barnum and Bailey couldn't put on a better show: jump suits, business suits, superfly walking suits, padded shoulder Lois Lane suits . . . "baggies," cutoffs, slacks, pedal bushers, hotpants . . . Caftans dragging on the cement . . . both sexes in platforms, spike high heels, ox- E fr 5 CD 2 A blue denim halter top and matching bellbottoms make Laura Grayson shine as brightly as the rhinestones that stud her outfit. 84 .ia fords, tennis shoes, pink shoes, green



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A courdoroy iacket and blue ieans are a must in every man's wardrobe, and Kenny Wayne fills the bill. 86 And of course that "oh so ethnic" look is not to be forgotten, even if your squash blossom necklace and Dashiki are momen- tos of an Akron Saturday sale and not your worldly travels. "Ready to wear" is no longer the manu- facturer's trademark of assemblyline in- genuity. Instead, it is an accurate descrip- tion of what people expect from their clothes, easy maintenance, durability, and most importantly, drama. As most people have discovered on the-ir own, yesterday's junk is today's treasure. Not surprisingly, mama's aviator jacket and Carmen Miranda club-foot correctors fplatformsl are back. One may obtain their wearables everywhere from I, Magnin's to thriftshops, garage sales, closets and trash- cans. So whether one's self image springs liberated, flaunting that just off the Kib- butz look or that Yves St. Laurent "freak of the week flair," that's just fine. "Fashion is a sociological movement," says social commentator Blair Sabol, "and today any- thing goes." Comfortable and looking good. Don Raines doesn't waste his time on platform shoes or bowties. l.....l-.---J '- ---,Jr f ' A .1 'I ,yor-1 . -lx, v., .. -,fl - FE 'Ci M list- 'g if . UM of fs. -' s. ',. -2. .' X 1: Y ,H - ' AH'-V , . ' ,, ' '. - - r I. - -...K '5' s MN 'H 7:5 i A familiar pack on his back, Joe Dealba shouldn't be surprised when one or two feminine heads turn his way. A tourquoise necklace, a wide brim hat, and a tie blouse. When combined with the classic features of Tara Candoli, they can equal only one thing-beauty. ' 1

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