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From parties to fireworks over the Hudson, New York is red, white and blue. Among the players: tourists on the Fourth crowding the boats to the reopened Statue of Liberty; more than 200 flags at Rockefeller Center and the jeweled one in Tiffany’s windows; delphiniums in the Union Square market; and a gathering of veterans at a restaurant downtown.

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ion of fur, nobody else in Paris thought to cut a modern-looking coat like that. I suspect that attitudes will gradually change. In a way, the enigmatic Viktor & Rolf presentation addressed the problem. On an open platform, the designers had a bunch of models in free-form black dresses sit or lie down in groups, so that their forms resembled rocks, even boulders. The idea was simple and clever. “Shape!” said a well-known art director on his way out, citing a foundation of couture, and adding with a laugh. “I can’t take any more flowers.” Indeed.

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is fundamentally what you don’t see: the way a garment is constructed, the reason it’s done by hand, and how that literally gives shape to fashion. Half the battle for a modern couturier, I suspect, is to give weight to the unseen, and to persuade others to do so as well. At the end of the shows, my mind kept coming back to Dior and Mariacarla Boscono in a knee-length skirt and a creamy scarf-tied blouse, and on top a roomy coat in sheared dark mink with deep armholes. That outfit said it all: comfort, ease, selfassurance and chic indifference to the winds of fashion. And, whatever your opin-

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the show (projecting images of the clothes by four different photographers on the walls of the venue) distracted from his point of individual choice and a more realistic view of couture. And as the couture shows progressed, I kept hearing more grumblings in the ranks. Which made me think: What do people want? The same old shapes hauled out of archives and dusted off with expensive embroidery? If you base couture solely on visual brilliance and the notion that a woman should be able to get her money’s worth, because the razzle-dazzle is all there for people to see, then you’re missing the point. Couture

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From Paris, the Shape in Things to Come I LOVE THE DEBATE here on the blog about the Dior show and whether Raf Simons’s haute couture collection broke contemporary ground. The comments range from “bo-ring” and “failed experiment” to accolades from longtime blog regulars Marko, E. Frantz and Augustuzs Neto, who said of Mr. Simons’s efforts: “This is the apex of fashion designing, true designing. The man should get a statue on the Ave. Montaigne in recognition for such extraordinary and massive achievements.” Obviously I agree that Mr. Simons did something bold, even though the format of

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The article “She Can Play That Game, Too” (Sunday Styles, July 14), by Kate Taylor, about the attitudes that women at the University of Pennsylvania have toward sex, drew about 800 comments, which can be read at nytimes.com/fashion. Here is a sampling. MS. TAYLOR’S ARTICLE raises important issues about the hookup culture, but the prescriptive onesize-fits-all advice from dubious “experts” is misleading. Depending on your personality, casual sex can work for you or against you. Some career-oriented women are pursuing the same strategies as men, reflecting the blurring of male and female behavior. As long

as women practice safe sex, maintaining hookup buddies in their career-building years works. As a psychotherapist, I am concerned about more vulnerable women copping to the hookup culture. We should state that all coercive sexual behavior is rape, and that women have every right at any time to say no. SONYA RHODES, PH.D. NEW YORK

The writer is a psychotherapist and a co-author of a forthcoming book on gender-role changes and relationships. MY PARENTS MET THEIR senior

year at Penn. At the age of 20, they promptly began to live their lives together, never compromising their careers or goals for their relationship. They are living proof that college relationships are not something that hurt future careers. In fact, my mother consistently out-earned my father. I’m not without my own experi-

ence: I spent my freshman year of college in a serious relationship that ended poorly, but even that failed endeavor did not convince me that relationships in college are a thing of the past. I don’t see a relationship as something that could potentially destroy my career or future; rather I see it at something that could possibly enhance my life. CAITLIN DE LISSER-ELLEN CHEVY CHASE, MD.

I HAVE MADE Kate Taylor’s article a mandatory reading assignment

for our 18-year-old daughter as she heads off to a large university. STEPHANIE CARNOW CARLSBAD, CALIF.

THIS ARTICLE was disappointing.

As recent female graduates, we are among the population that Ms. Taylor writes about. She seems to be surprised about a number of things: that women attend college for reasons other than to find boyfriends; that most of us are busy with packed class schedules, internships, jobs

and extracurriculars, which may all come before romantic relationships; and that young women like sex and are unafraid to seek out no-strings-attached satisfaction. It was also thoroughly confusing not to see a single mention of lesbian and transgendered women, who are surely not immune to the dual pressures of school and relationships. MADDIE WOLBERG BARNARD COLLEGE LIZ JACOBS UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA

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