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By Michael Shnayerson $16.50
In 1986, Teri Garr wore a dress made of “mood-ring” material; most of the gown displayed blues and purples, but Garr’s crotch, armpits and other warm bits turned orange. (Above, a Claire Joseph original on loan for this year’s Oscars night.)
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