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September 06, 1986 - Image 128

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-09-06

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Scarf Dressing

From Paris and Milan to
New York, designers and
manufacturers have opted for
clean and sophisticated clothes
in luxurious fabrics—clothes
that become the flawless
background for those essential
finishing touches. Small
squares fill in the neckline of
shapely jackets paired with
long, swing skirts. Oblongs,
loop or knot over the ever-
popular cashmere turtleneck.
Big squares tie over the
shoulders of lean, long-
jacketed suits or the still-hot
bodysuit worn with slender
wrap skirts. Big sweeps, worn
cape-like or thrown over one
shoulder, are great with
daytime tweeds or nighttime
The love affair with grey,
black, and neutrals continues.
Refreshing winter pastels and
clear brights—red, fuchsia,
purple, vivid blue and green
provide a welcome diversion.
Echo's scarf collections are
another welcome diversion,
giving pattern, color, and focus
to fall's spare shapes. Echo
puts the spotlight on bold
graphics: a modern art group
of geometrics and brush
strokes of purples, golds, and
greens on black; wool prints
that take their inspiration from
decorative floor coverings.
Club 7 puts the emphasis on
tradition: brightly colored rib-
bon plaids, paisleys, hounds-
tooths, and all variations of
stripes; classic paisleys,
checks, and florals in pocket
squares, big squares, and
Signature is for the woman
who likes luxury. Oversized
scarfs, big throws, and piano
shawls in heavy silk, crepe,
satin, jacquard, and spun
woolen appear in beautifully
executed prints such as Vic-
torian florals and opulent

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