Fashion: Army dreamers
Go out on manoeuvres in khaki this summer - shades of beige, green and brown all come under the banner, so it needn't look uniform. Styling by Lucy Ewing. Photographs by Jane McLeish
Saturday 12 June 1999
Above boiler suit, pounds 355, by Kostas Murkudis, from Liberty, 210-220 Regent Street, London W1, enquiries 0171-734 1234
Far left dress, to order, by Robert Cary-Williams, from The Pineal Eye, 49 Broadwick Street, London W1, enquiries 0171-434 2567
Above sleeveless sweatshirt, pounds 83, by Sportmax, from Maxmara, 32 Sloane Street, London SW1, Selfridges, 100 Oxford Street, London W1, enquiries 0171-629 1234; chinos, pounds 85, Adriano Goldschmeid, from Browns Focus, 38-39 South Molton Street, London W1, enquiries 0171-629 0666, Geese, 74 Bridge Street, Manchester, enquiries 0161 839 3921
Left jacket with detachable collar, pounds 350, Helmut Lang, from Selfridges as before, Limeys, 58 Bridalsmithgate, Nottingham, enquiries 0115 941 1751
Stylist's assistant Justine Gilbert
Hair and make-up Debbie Stone at Premier using Nars
Model Mia at Select
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