Mel Odom's Gene Marshall has been spotted on Fifth Avenue posing in what secret sources state is a 1950 Pierre Balmain design.
The fashionable look features a new iteration of the famed Miss Marshall in a platinum white pulled-back curled chignon.
The ensemble is finished off with a spiffy boater hat...
...that along with Miss Marshall's very new face-up palette make up for an unforgettable look.
Fashion icon alright!
But wouldn't it be crime to limit a suit of this beauty to just one hat? After all, a classic nay blue suit is such an absolute fashion staple. Why wear it only once?
Dolldom's editors were elated when Miss Marshall agreed to pose for thier cameras modeling different hats to show off the versatility of her "It Happened on Fifth Avenue" suit.
First off is a Peter Pan black velvet cap adorned with iridescent feathers. The Mike Basala design defines adorable.
For making an entrance that will make everyone forget all other entrances, Miss Marshall poses in a black satin platter hat borrowed from her timeless Lucky Stripe fashion.
Integrity Toy's-produced Cocoa Crisp was issued with a flowered bandeau that, according to Mr. Odom, makes Miss Marshall smile. It's offers an organic counterbalance to the architectural strength of the suit.
Tea Time at The Plaza's bandeau adds a good measure of authority to Miss Marshall's ensemble.
To close, a classic straw chinois by Richard's Originals gives the look a more relaxed feel and perhaps reveals that Miss Marshall is now enjoying the warmer climate of Hollywood. Sunglasses help the star go incognito everywhere!
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