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NEWS
December 20, 1992
"Clothes and the Aging Body" really hit the mark. Kudos to the Arizona women doing the research. Their statistics certainly describe me and my problems. I still lead an active life at 72 and have great difficulty finding well-fitting clothes that are appropriate regardless of price--especially tennis items. Thanks for printing this, and hopefully more manufacturers will respond. JOYE TATZ Rancho Mirage
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ENTERTAINMENT
December 23, 2013 | By Steven Zeitchik
For those who've seen the buzziest of buzzy holiday movies, Spike Jonze's “Her,” you probably left the theater with much to think about. One of the biggest questions, at least from a filmmaking standpoint: How did Jonze and his team arrive at the future we see on the screen? Infinitely relatable though gently different, the Los Angeles of Jonze's unspecified future occupies a new and exciting place in cinematic history--and the history, as it where, of futurism itself. “Her's” L.A.” is a million miles from “Blade Runner,” but it also not entirely a utopia.
IMAGE
June 19, 2011 | By Susan Carpenter, Los Angeles Times
COTTON Prized for: Soft feel and easy maintenance; wide availability Percentage of clothes sold in the U.S. that incorporate cotton: Almost 75% Primary sources: China, India, U.S. FLAX Prized for: Color and performance traits similar to cotton; plants require no irrigation and fewer chemical fertilizers and pesticides than cotton Percentage of clothes sold in the U.S. that incorporate flax: 1.1% Primary sources:...
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 27, 1987
Our readers wrote letters throughout 198 7 expressing their viewpoints on a variety of issues. Here are condensed versions of some of those letters. We appreciate their taking the time to share their viewpoints and look forward to hearing from you in 1988. If I should go to the Performing Arts Center and see Robert Peters and others wearing "paint-smeared coveralls, ravaged blue jeans and soiled shirts" I will know that I am not looking at people who are "showing off."
NEWS
November 2, 1989 | Reuters
Philippine President Corazon Aquino, who usually favors conservative clothes, has decided to show more leg when she visits Canada and the United States. With the return of the miniskirt, Aquino has heeded the advice of presidential couturier Auggie Cordero and will take a wardrobe of suits two inches shorter than her usual calf-length dresses, the Philippine Daily Inquirer said today.
NEWS
December 9, 1990
In your article, "The Wise Buys" (Nov. 14), you state that "In a season of change and economic concerns . . . people are watching their wallets more carefully." And you show a model wearing a simple white cotton blouse costing $195. This is bought by someone watching their wallet? Get real. You write that Elisabetta Rogiani, an L.A.-based designer, is "recycling" items from her closet. Does that mean she actually wears clothes for more than one season? Is this supposed to be unique?
ENTERTAINMENT
February 7, 1998
In regard to the article "No Canvas Required" (Feb. 1): I would like to announce to art lovers everywhere that, in a spare room in my house, I have re-created my acclaimed 1965 installation, "Bedroom of a Typical American Teenager." The installation includes moldy pizza fragments, half-finished homework assignments and unwashed clothes on the floor and Beatles posters on the wall. And, for a mere $100,000, I will not only re-create the installation in your very own home but will also perform in it nude!
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