Above: September 12th, 1984: Joan Rivers, guest-hosting for Johnny Carson, delivers a hilarious monologue and interviews actress and philanthropist Dina Merrill after she welcomes comedian David Brenner and musician Elvis Costello (scroll the video forward to go directly to Dina Merrill’s appearance).
Actor Tom Mix’ Publicity Photo
In the days when the American west was being settled, men and women wore tweeds from Scotland, British-inspired suits, long, luxurious skirts, long-sleeved blouses, shirts, and waistcoats made of durable, thick fabrics. Naked knees, elbows and plumbers’ cracks were rare sights. Combined with rugged yet elegant cowboy boots and hats, these tasteful clothes served two functions, affording both ladies and gentlemen dignified self-esteem out on the range, and protection from the elements.
~~Copyright M-J de Mesterton 2008
“The American Cowboy is the best-dressed man.” –Count Oleg Cassini, Clothing Designer