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If it appears odd to toast to true crime amid tulle, consider that, like Sykes’ earlier books, “Bergdorf Blondes” and “The Debutante Divorcée,” the clothes in “Party Girls” become characters of their own. Beyond bat-winged sweaters, the book showcases such 1980s iconic pieces as a Norma Kamali sleeping bag coat and plastic Fiorucci jeans. And because the story takes place at Oxford University, where black-tie parties are an essential part of the curriculum, there’s a good helping of gold lamé and taffeta., index Latest News of business criminal law politics soccer sports celebrity lifestyle video images in the world and the world today.

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