Just out. (Portland, OR) 1983-2013, September 14, 1984, Page 5, Image 5

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Fall fashions at Foreward Gear 1023 SW
Yamhill (across from the Library),
224-8311. High fashion exquisitely
designed clothing for men.
JbL/ncw comes and goes but style stays. Style stays because it has a basic
rhythm, though often varied, which spreads itself through fashion as well as
theatre, film, painting, gardening, sleeping, eating and walking down the
On its way, style picks up accoutrements; the hat, the shirt, the pants, the
skirt, the belt, the hairstyle and when the time is right, fashion happens. You
have to catch it quickly because fashion unhappens with the same velocity.
Is there a gay/lesbian syle? How about Can we name
all the gay/lesbian styles? The tweed business suit, a dress with one million
sequins, a studded leather belt, levis, a button down collar shirt, a tattoo, an
Hawaiian shirt, Bermuda shorts, tennis shoes, high heels, low heels, no
heels, bouffants, new wave tails, crew cuts, alligator shirts, tuxedos, dinner
jackets, long hair, no hair, neckties, dog collars, chains, pearls, poodle
skirts, vests, evening gowns, leather gloves, white gloves, knuckle gloves,
wing tips, derbies . . .
EAR THANGS. Howie Bierbaum and Jeff
Bale model their EAR THANGS. They also
make Judy Jetsen Ties featurng Marilyn
Monroe and the lips-of-the-stars. Available
at Sunbow Gallery and Sensorium. For de­
tails call 232-2891 or 236-2536.
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Cotton D'Light features 100% natural fibre
clothing. Cotton D'Light is located at 3556
SE Hawthrone Blvd. 231-2857.
Recycled classics and custom designs at
Dare To Wear 3535 SE Hawthorne. Origi­
nal designs by Brenda Graydon, Cheryl
Campbell and Lake Sirmon. Call 233-1269.
Just Out. August 31-September 14