There's a Persian Gulf influence on the annual best dressed list drawn up by the Fashion Foundation of America.

Saudi Arabia's King Faud, who wears traditional Arab robes rather than Western suits, made the list as well as Lt. Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf, who spends most of his time in desert camouflage togs as commander of the U.S. forces in the Persian Gulf.The best-dressed list, chosen in a survey of custom tailors and designers, also included Secretary of State James Baker, Connecticut Gov.-elect Lowell Weicker Jr., Chicago Mayor Richard Daly, men's fashion tycoon Mortimer Levitt, financial commentator Louis Rukeyser, Ed Bradley of CBS's "60 Minutes," real estate developer Charles Cohen and actor Eddie Murphy.

Frank Sinatra and New York Mayor David Dinkins were elevated to the foundation's Hall of Fashion Fame.