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August 23, 1985 - Image 86

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-08-23

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Anne Klein II pulls
together a raglan-sleeved
coat and matching blazer
with a classic sweater-
blouse and pleated
trousers.

ANNE KLEIN II

Fall 1985 at Anne Klein II paves the
way for more options than ever before,
whether the pulled-together look of a
new suit, the importance of sweater
dressing, the forward look of stirrup
pants or the casual comfort of a blanket
coat.
The fabrics have more dimension,
more texture, more luxury with honey-
comb and homespun tweeds, loop-
yarn windowpane checks, cashmere
blends, wool crepes, chiffon, flannel,
gabardine, wool boucle, chenille
tweeds, and the interplay of rich velvet,
slick leather and soft knits.
The colors are a sophisticated urban
palette in black, ivory and charcoal with
accents of paprika, coral, bisque,
cherry and toffee; brownstone, tan-mist
accented with ivory, julep and ever-
green.
Long and short pieces work together
in a fresh way. Toppers slip over short
suits for a new leggy look; long blanket
coats are paired with short skirts, long
pull sweaters over short pleats; jackets
and long shirts over lean stirrup pants;
the forward direction of cropped
jackets and sweaters over easy pants
and elongated skirts.
Blazers are more streamlined with
slightly carved waists, yet still a broad
shoulder emphasis. Shawl-collared

A new concept in high fashion
for the full fashion woman
Size 16 - 24

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short jackets look newest with lean stir-
rup pants. Also, the new concept of
overblazers, an underconstructed shell
of a jacket meant to be worn over suits.
Skirts and pants have lots of leg em-
phasis, whether it is the short skirt, the
lean pants or the suggestive sensual-
ity of a long skirt

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