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January 24, 1992 | WILLIAM KISSEL
You can't tell Walter Muroya there's no market for men's designer sportswear in Southern California. Since opening his San Diego-based design house, labeled Wallace Muroya (the name on his birth certificate), the handsome, 26-year-old designer of trendy, unconstructed sportswear has been widely praised as the West Coast's newest star. Last weekend he picked up the Marty award, given out each year by the California Mart to the designer who shows a new direction in the local menswear scene.
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January 24, 1992 | WILLIAM KISSEL
You can't tell Walter Muroya there's no market for men's designer sportswear in Southern California. Since opening his San Diego-based design house, labeled Wallace Muroya (the name on his birth certificate), the handsome, 26-year-old designer of trendy, unconstructed sportswear has been widely praised as the West Coast's newest star. Last weekend he picked up the Marty award, given out each year by the California Mart to the designer who shows a new direction in the local menswear scene.
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January 25, 1991 | WILLIAM KISSEL
If menswear designers have their way this spring, American men will be dressed in "kinder, gentler" fashions; clothes that wear gentler and are kinder to the wallet. At the annual Men's Fashion Assn. gathering in Los Angeles last weekend, structured suits and coordinated sportswear gave way to "softly constructed" business clothing and mix-and-match separates.
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January 24, 1992 | GAILE ROBINSON
More signs of the changing spending habits of the rich and famous: Recently Paula Abdul was seen shopping in the Sherman Oaks off-price undies store, Lingerie For Less. And not just window shopping, reports a store spokesperson. The top-of-the-pops diva dropped nearly $300 in less than 20 minutes on silk pajamas, a Christian Dior robe, and some silk chemises. She also signed up to be included on the store's mailing list.
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