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feathers or just a touch of veiling.
Frank adds that headwraps
also continue to be
highly-popular. Those shown at
Roz and Sherm are colored
leathers or colored jerseys and
include some styles flecked with
Jewelry, is the accessory
which has probably grown most
in importance since last season.
Pins, bracelets, necklaces,
earrings are usually oversized
and highly-dramatic in design.
For a bold fashion statement, this
is the route to take. Classic gold
looks good, along with shiny
silver, and matte-finish silver,
resembling pewter. Pewter itself
is important, too, and many gold
and silver mixes are seen.
Some of the brightest stars of
the season are colorful "gems."
In eye-catching combinations of
royal blues, purples, ruby reds,
emerald greens, the stones are
often accompanied by the
highly-popular diamond mimics,
"Along with the rich, jewel
colors, there's a lot of jewelry in
the basically classic colors,"
emphasizes Lea Beurer, owner
of Begadim in West Bloomfield.
Many designs are being shown in
tortoise shell, onyx, cut crystal,
mother-of-pearl, just to name a
few. One distinctive lapel pin at
Begadim is in gold tones and
deep, bourbon shades.
"We're also seeing pearls, and
chains — a kind of Chanel look,"
says Frank. "There's a lot of what
I like to call 'faux deco' influence
this season. It's classic in design,
but it's a kind of playful design,
Karen Spector at Karma
Kreations in Esther & Estelle's
(W. Bloomfield) sees this
season's styling in much the
same way, calling it "Fun, but
"We're seeing sterling silver,"
she says. (Many whimsical
pieces, like schoolboy pins and
Valentine hearts, are worked in
sterling.) We're showing many
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