The designer Fath launched a blousy Bolero in beaver. Rossini and Porro were making them with an oriental flair. Many were in mink, others in Persian lamb or with “crater” collars which moved their image from a sporting to an elegant look. Jole Veneziani went beyond to a short jacket Bolero of zebra, with fringe that would later be called a T-shirt shape.
There were Vest-Jackets and little Shawls with fur puffs at the ends, and the ultra-famous Stoles consisting of four pelts that intertwined forming a knot. Many women became able to afford an Evening Stole.
The stimulating minimum effect of the small Stole for the average woman became a fashion statement that was due to last.
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