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September 06, 1986 - Image 124

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-09-06

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hoop earrings, patinas, matte
finishes on the silver. We're not
seeing much plastic or anything
pastel in color."
Joan Wittenberg, owner of
Ylang-Ylang at Somerset Mall in
Troy, confirms the forecast
toward outsized, dramatic jewelry
pieces, along with the popularity
of matte-finish silver. "Much of it
looks simply great with the
suedes and the fringed jackets,"
she says.
Cuff bracelets are special
favorites, too. At Ylang-Ylang,
turquoise is often combined with
the oxidized silver pieces, by
such artists as Julie Holgado.
At Ylang-Ylang in Troy, owner
Joan Wittenberg also predicts a
good future this fall for belts in
leather tanned to look like
leopard, zebra, or cheetah. Gloria
Woolman at Baggit in Southfield
says she's seeing many belts and
handbags also in leopard and
zebra trim.
Speaking of handbags,
indications are that there's an
infinite variety this season. "Our
handbags are mostly large and in
soft leathers," says Woolman.
Frank notices a trend toward
matching handbags with shoes
again. She also sees
shoe-buyers developing a very
strong interest in unusual
textures like suede, snakeskin,
and brocades.
A high-cut version of the
classic pump, done by Stuart
Weitzman in kid, patent leather,
suede, mock lizard, and satin
looks very good for fall, says
Frank. Also popular are pumps
which will be as glittery as the
jewelry you'll be wearing.
"This year, clothes are long
and short, and close to the body
and full," says Frank. "And, there
are high heels, low heels,
mid-size heels, flats, boots to go
with those looks.
Boots are wonderful this year
in black fake lizard, bronze
colors, pewter colors." One
striking pair at Roz & Sherm will
reflect a Western touch, although
it's a little difficult to imagine them

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