October 25, 1993 12:00 PM

Maybe he’s joined the Green Party—the bright green party. Rod Stewart was all aglow last April in this $950 gabardine Versace.

Will (The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air) Smith broke out in fresh prints with a playing card motif at a New York City movie premiere.

Kenny Rogers must like this unstructured design. He has it in black, yellow and coral, although he gambled on lavender in L.A. in July.

“I spied a poor cowboy wrapped up in white linen,” goes the old western tune. But Dwight Yoakam sang another song in L.A. last December in a red gabardine number made for him by designer Manuel.

Is this Sinbad taste or what? The comedian wore kelly green to an L.A. gala in January.

Elton John’s $1,200 silk-linen Versace would be perfect on the yellow brick road—but he wore it at London’s Heathrow Airport in June.

“Eddie’s a perfect size off-the-rack,” says Beverly Hills clothier Sami Dinar, who supplied Murphy’s $900 crepe-wool jacket for The Distinguished Gentleman opening.

General Hospital heartthrob Antonio Sabato got it all (including the $580 purple suit) at the mall and wore it to an L.A. bash in February.

Bobby Brown’s $5,000 leather tuxedo by Jeff Hamilton—worn to the American Music Awards in January—is hand-cut with razor-sharp X-Acto knives.

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