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Spring Fashion 2004

At last, after the sub-zero cold, spring fashion is in the breeze. It’s a season of crisp American style, of well-cut silhouettes and dazzling color. It’s an uplifting mix of flounces, glitter, and optimism. Fashion has never been so pretty, so flirty, so feminine.

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Contributing Fashion Editor: Evyan Metzner
Fashion Editor: Monica Schweiger
Producer: Caroline Batiste
Assistant Producer: Grant Navin
Fashion Writer: Linda Rattner
Fashion Assistants: Wendy Levey, Stella Metzner, Zoe Quinn
Retail Credits Editor: Jill Sloane
Fashion Interns: Noelle Fischer, Sarah Leingang

Sicilian Sexy
Dolce & Gabbana turns 20 and is poised for big growth.

Scarlett in Bloom
The most alluringly mature 19-year-old in Hollywood is about to become a star. Now, if only she could get that Chanel suit.

On the Town
Long or short, fitted or floaty. Add feathers or a fur stole, and pile on the glitz. The look is sexy, lavish, and heavy on red-carpet glamour.

New Twist on '60s Glam
This season's daring styles have the kind of iconic glamour that swept Hollywood in the sixties. We've assembled some seriously sultry twenty-first century looks—in homage to some of the hottest twentieth century foxes.

Accessories Tutorial
An A-to-Z guide to the little things that turn great into wow!

The Wild Bunch
The new cowboy cool adds rugged style to hip city polish..

Fresh Breeze
Classics with a twist, feminine pieces charged with metallics and flashes of color: The new collections are a breath of spring. Only available in print

Kinetic Energy
High-voltage hues and techno fabrics will add a few kilowatts to casual. Dress down the fancy adn dress up the sweats: Athletic gear breaks out of the gym and takes to the streets. Only available in print


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