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September 26, 1986 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-09-26

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CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ

Special to The Jewish News

hree hundred patrons attended
the annual fall fashion show
and luncheon last week at
Tam-O-Shanter Country Club
in West Bloomfield.
Co-chairwomen Alvira Perlman and
Bette Shapiro planned a delicious meal,
while fashion consultant Leah Marx
produced a terrific show.
Leah Marx presented a complete and
varied wardrobe for the hours from dawn
until dusk. Models first appeared in
nightgowns, lounging outfits and
robes from Leger's Lingerie in West
Bloomfield. They were followed by
eye-catching afternoon
leathers and suedes, and
finally, exquisite evening
clothes, all from
Naomi's on the Boardwalk
in West Bloomfield.
Some spectacular fashions from
Naomi's included gold and silver mesh
evening gowns by Anthony Ferrara and
exclusive dresses made in the United
States for Naomi. One private label
evening gown had a bronze, strapless
bodice with a black satin skirt detailed
with bronze flowers and rhinestones, but
its outstanding feature was the
removable, puffed sleeves.
Spectacular accents were provided by
Tapper's Jewelry in Southfield. Owner
Steven Tapper brought $30,000 worth of
diamonds, pearls and other gems for the
Tam show. Men's clothes were from
Kosins, eyewear from D.O.C. Optique,
hairstyles from Mariomax, and makeup
by Tamara. 111

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■ Him: cranberry outfit
piped in navy. Her: black
and gold lace nightgown with
matching stockings.

1 14 Friday, September 26, 1986 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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