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September 06, 1986 - Image 118

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-09-06

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RE: FALL '86

Too Good, Too Much,
Come See For Yourself.

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123 W. Maple

New York

San Francisco

at Sugartree
West Bloomfield

6211 Orchard Lk. Rd.


The new
shapes of
black onyx

The budding designers at
Shenkar have several oppor-
tunities to show their efforts to
the public. Every holiday in
Israel becomes a reason for
designing original works, most of
which are shared with the public
via televised fashion shows and
extravanganzas. The culminating
event is the graduating class
show, with tickets to the show
eagerly snatched up weeks
before the event.

Beads that
strike the

At this past summer's show, a
standing room only affair with
more than 4000 spectators, pro-
spective new employers scouted
Shenkar's graduating design
talent. Many of the students are
already known to members of
the industry through their par-
ticipation in Shenkar's work-study
program. All students are re-
quired to work one semester in
their second year, as well as a
summer term, in the industry. In
some cases, students are even
sent abroad to widen their base
of reference and to expose them
to international trends. In return,
Shenkar graduates have made
their mark on the Israeli fashion

WORKS, inc.

OPEN Tues.-Sat. 10 a.m.-5 p.m.


something traced, or he may
use the computer as a drawing
board to sketch a design. After
the student establishes the
design on the screen, colors
may be added or deleted, ad-
justed and tempered, until the
desired effect is achieved.
Once the finished look is
created, a program tape is pro-
duced by the computer. This
tape is then taken to the
workroom and fed into the com-
puterized knitting machine,
which runs up a sample gar-
ment, a process which used to
take days but now takes a few
hours. The Design System also
features an extensive data bank,
which functions as a depository
for most knitting patterns cur-
rently in use. Thus, a designer
can mix and match past pat-
terns with new designs to create
innovative garments.

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