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March 22, 1986 - Image 106

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-03-22

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kept close to the body's
natural curves: a revival of
spring navy and other neutral
shades such as grey and
brown; an alternative to the
mini skirt, such as the walking
shorts and collarless, narrow-
fitting jackets which are part of
the Calvin Klein line.
According to Vogue magazine,
clothes this spring will "have a
sense of real dressing, a
sense of finish that always
defines the best day clothes.

The behind-the-
scenes of any
fashion job is
important because
one missing detail
can make or break
a designer on an
Avenue where
competition reigns

And the key
the sense that
these clothes do, indeed,
Along with the fashion
designs comes an important
shift in accessories. The
biggest change is the use of
more silver than gold. "Gold is
sensual and warm, just the
right accent for winter," says
Donna Karan. "When spring
came, I simply shifted gears to
silver notes." Jewelry designer
Jackie Rogers agrees, "Silver
gives a subtle gleam to
evening dress."
Getting the accessories, like
jewelry, out to the stores is
something Angela Rett
DePinto of Miriam Haskell's
showroom has been doing for
the past eight years. Haskell's
is one of several showrooms
located east of Seventh
Avenue that also pulses with
creativity and design

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