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March 21, 1987 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-21

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FABRICS
Fabrics for spring and summer
include cotton and chintz. Denim
is also strong and exemplifies the
romantic theme with touches of
lace. There's also the strong look
of chambray.
At Corporation Cortina in West
Bloomfield there are many denim
and chambray outfits. In addition
to the romantic theme, owner
Diane Dickinson notes the
popular western influence with
fringe.
"Rayon is very big," adds Ray
Epstein, owner of Ray & Ida.
Epstein mentions that years ago
rayon was considered cheap, but
today it's coming from Europe
with elegant styling.
Linda Dresner has many crepe
de chine outfits. "It's very stylish
and very sexy," says Dresner.
At Ray & Ida and at
Corporation Cortina, owners
mentioned the versatility of
washable silk. "It's great for
traveling," says Dickinson of
Corporation Cortina.
Summer suedes and leathers

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