PARIS--It was bread-and-beurre fashion. While others were indulging in high-camp theatrics, Emanuel Ungaro sent out a lineup of real clothes for real women. In fact, it was one of his most low-key collections ever, filled with just the kind of clothes--rich creamy tweeds, cool coatdresses and drop-dead black pantsuits--a chic lady loves.
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