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March 22, 1986 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-03-22

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Accessories

THE LAZARE DIAMONDTm

WHEN
IT COMES
TO DIAMONDS...
THINK
BRILLIANCE.

cubic zirconia about the size of
four- or five-carat diamonds.
Cuff bracelets and colored
stones also are making a splash,
but the heavy hitters are very
large hoop earrings in gold or
silver. "We put them in the case
and sell them right away,"
Gornbein said.
Mis-matched earrings are still
in style, and an interesting note is
that manufacturers are
packaging them that way, said
Weintraub.

Brilliance is unique. Rare. Desirable. Especially
when it comes to diamonds. The Lazare Diamond is
truly brilliant. Cut to ideal proportions, it
releases a matchless fire and beauty, along with a
unique means of identification.

Give the diamond with a difference that's
perfectly brilliant.

The Lazare Diamond. Setting the standard for brilliance.TM

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Jewish News

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Dow ntow n Birm ing ha m

Certified Gemologists, Members American Gem Society

-BERNICE STONE

Continued From Page 24

LUSCIOUS LINGERIE: This
fashion season beckons you to
let go of your inhibitions and let
the real you escape — be it little
girl, temptress, or all the delicious
variations in-between.
Roslyn Rock, owner of
Roslyn's Intimate Apparel in
Southfield, says that "intimate
apparel takes its direction from
ready-to-wear."
"With a business suit on the
outside, you can still be feminine
and frivolous underneath," said
Rock.
Harriet Dunsky, owner of
Bobette Shop in Pontiac, says
that "the new look in foundations
is the Racer-Back bra. Some
companies call it a T-Back bra,
and it can be worn under T-shirts
and T-shirt dresses." (The thin
straps are closer to the neck and
there are deep-cut arm holes.)
"Teddies are fabulous," she
says, "They're still very popular
especially in stretch lace,
which has been the rage in every
imaginable color."
"You'll be seeing a lot more
color now in foundation," said
Dunsky. Pastels are extremely
popular in bras and panties, in
peach, blue and yellow, and are
being shown in silks and cottons.
Prints are also new in daywear.
At Bobette Shop, slips and bras
are being shown in a marbelized
print in powder blue and pink.
At Leger's Lingerie in West
Bloomfield, owner Terry Krug
says that "wrinkled gauze for
robes and gowns is very
popular."

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