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Today on Tailor Made with Brian Rodda we talk See-thru dresses, Chanel Menswear at the Metiers D'art, Ralph Lauren's Cabin in Colorado and Gifts for the Fitness Fanatic! Knees were the best accessory this week, as celebrities played peekaboo in see-through hemlines: Amy Adams attends the Los Angeles premiere of "American Hustle" in a striped David Koma design. At the premiere of her film "The Invisible Woman," shocking pink pumps add a pop of color to Felicity Jones' Dior ensemble. Sandra Bullock tries a floral version of the sheer trend, wearing flouncy Carolina Herrera to the Tokyo premiere of "Gravity." At the Metiers D'art in Dalls, everywhere there was fringing, feathers, beadwork & remarkable fabrics treatments, all with the look of the Southwest and craft of Chanel’s specialty ateliers, that the fringing on the sleeves of a romantic blouse was finely sliced, paper-weight leather, and that the single feather in each model’s hair was patterned from pieces put together in meticulous collage. This year marks the 30th anniversary of Lauren’s pioneering home collection, a line whose impact and influence have been monumental. Customers can now buy Ralph Lauren bedding, furniture, lighting, rugs, china and glassware, wall coverings, and paint in a wide variety of looks with evocative names such as Thoroughbred, Modern Penthouse, Jamaica, and, new this fall, Apartment No. One. Blue Pony, one of five guest cabins at Lauren’s Double RL Ranch in Colorado, was built using century-old hand-hewn logs from Montana. Overlooking the cabin’s living room is a chandelier made with naturally shed elk antlers; beside the hearth, a woven-twig rocking chair is draped with a vintage Capps Indian-trade blanket, and an antique New Mexico pine table stands atop an early-20th-century Navajo rug. The living room of the ranch’s main residence, constructed using local pine logs, is appointed with...