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Seventh Avenue Sleeper

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Though Über-model Linda Evangelista once said she wouldn't get out of bed for less than $10,000, the mannequins at last week's spring 2000 men's fashion shows appeared to have gotten up for a lot less. Kenneth Cole's parachute drawstring pants made suitable pajama bottoms for the sleepy-eyed guys who dragged their feet down the runway. Marc Jacobs's waifish boys were styled with shaggy Beck haircuts and heavy stubble to create the ideal bed-head look. And Sandy Dalal hid his models' unkempt tresses under nylon skullcaps, but their baggy clam-diggers and plaid shirts still suggested that men in the twenty-first century will be lounging in a look all too familiar at the end of this one: high-end grunge.


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