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September 05, 1987 - Image 110

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-05

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Continued from Page 107

Valentino's mid-thigh version.

Eye Examinations
& Contact Lenses

Dr. Roland ■ Dr. Gottesman ■ Dr. Weishaus

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arriving next March

110 FALL '87

Shirts and ties
The Italians in particular are
responsible for the no-tie look,
which means depending on a
stylish jacket as well as a
distinctive shirt. Fancy shirts,
even without jackets, will be
worn to parties this season.
Designers like Armani show
shirts from luxurious fabrics
such as cashmere and silk
combinations that are baggy
turtlenecks and drape easily
over the body. Andrew Fezza
creates jaquards in rayon-cotton
and rayon-silk blends using
Picasso-inspired prints.
"We're also seeing all-cotton
shirts more frequently," says
Ron Elkus of the Shirt Box in
Southfield. "An all-cotton pin-
point dresses up a button down
shirt for business or evening
social event."
Elkus predicts that the
popular colors of mint and
peach for the spring collection
will continue as the popular col-
ors for the fall. Traditional shirt-
ing and sport shirts remain as
colorful as ever. Although black
is still part of the fashion trend,
most stores are showing lots of
teals, tourquoise and royal
blues. Stripe shirts are also very
Most retailers are finding that
the more expensive, colorful,
and unusual ties are selling
quickly. Geometric patterns,
flowers, scenic themes such as
birds or tigers are all part of tie
fashion. "Tie and hankie sets
are gaining in popularity again,"
says Elkus. "And the fashionable
man of the fall will be matching
his socks with his tie, or if he's
not wearing a tie, his socks with
his sweater. That's the news in
accessories this fall."

Low front/low vamp shoes are
the fashion for this season. Alan
Bishop of Mr. Alans in South-
Continued on Page 119

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