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September 06, 1986 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-09-06

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Arpin Furs of Windsor
60th Annual August Fur Sale

Come see Arpin's fabulous
1987 collection of fashion
furs, expertly crafted into to-
day's exciting new designs
.. . and of course, you are
assured of fine quality and
value when you shop Arpin's

Full Premium
on U.S. Funds
Duty and Sales
Tax Refunded

Sale prices on our
entire 1987 inventory.

Layaway at no
charge till Xmas.

OF WINDSOR

Fur Specialists For Over 60 Years
484 Pelissier St. • DOWNTOWN WINDSOR
Parking Garage On Pelissier

Daily 9 to 5:30 • Fri. to 9 p.m.

1-519-253-5612

rvb Poppet

a very special

Chilbren's *hoppe

We carry traditional lines
as well as the latest fashions
such as Esprit, Miniland and
French Imports.

from infants to size 16 18 boys & girls

-

yr

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Jewish News

IN LOBBY of
500 OUELLETTE AVENUE
WINDSOR, ONT. N9A 183

(51 9) 258-9082

Our Israeli

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eventually she would have to find
a new manufacturer. On a
Toronto business trip, she
noticed an interesting sweater in
the window and went into the
store. Here she coincidentally
met the designer, Marian
Maggiben, who became her
future partner.
After that meeting, they
decided to design some sweaters
together. The woven sweaters,
mixed with leather and suede
fabrics, sold well.
In 1982, Marian Maggiben and
Nili Katz formed the company
Marianili, manufacturing clothes
in Toronto. Today sales amount
to nearly 1/2 million Marianili has
sold to many local boutiques
including Zeza, Roz & Sherm,
Scott Gregory, and Janet Varner.
Nationally, the clothes are also
sold in exclusive boutiques, some
on Rodeo Drive and Worth
Avenue.
"The design is European
looking and the fabric is
beautiful," says Pary Berenjian,
owner of Zeza in Southfield. Zeza
will be carrying the new fall
collection.
For fall '86, there's
coordinating outfits with trumpet
skirts and large tops with a black
and purple geometric design. A
winter white outfit is available with
a matching top, skirt, and pants.
Colors range from basic black,
white, and brown to deep purple,
blue, and green.
Many outfits combine tweeds
and plaids. If the top is one plaid,
the skirt may use the same colors
with a different, subtle plaid.
Some pieces are detailed with
leather and suede. One line is
entitled primitive prints and
almost looks like a Miro sketch.
Katz mentions that she loves the
Art Deco Period, which she
believes influences her designs.
"I think she's a very creative
person," says her husband, Uri
Katz, head of an executive
search firm. "She developed a
feel for what will be well
received," adds her husband. Uri
Katz mentions that buyers trust

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