Daugh­ters of the REV­O­LU­TION

POWER Dress­ing es­tab­lishes a clear rul­ing CLASS.

Town & Country (Philippines) - - STYLE SPY -

Seventy na­tions have been run by women, from In­dia and Ar­gentina to Haiti and Liberia. (One day, ahem, per­haps the United States will join them.) Was it Hil­lary Clin­ton’s his­toric can­di­dacy or fe­male lead­ers mak­ing news around the world that in­spired de­sign­ers? Run­ways saw a ver­i­ta­ble in­va­sion of uni­form dress­ing: with bul­lion em­broi­dery, cargo pock­ets, and an army green pal­ette.

MArc jA­cOBS jacket, mar­c­ja­cobs.com; SAlly lAPOINtE skirt, sal­ly­la­pointe.com; Bul­GArI bag green­belt 4; GIuSEPPE zANOttI DE­SIGN booties, shangri-la plaza east wing, 632.1710 t&c H. StErN ring, adora, green­belt 5, 217.2030

OMEGA sea­mas­ter watch, green­belt 5, 728.0436

lOuIS vuIt­tON eye­wear, green­belt 4, 756.0637

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