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September 05, 1987 - Image 125

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-05

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FASHION IS
SHAPE CIR IL)1,87

in

Sparkling round diamonds add
excitement and beauty to this
fall's "shape crazy" fashions. A
dazzling finishing touch to the
popular off-the-shoulder black
crinoline dress.

here is no better time
to be a woman than
in the Fall of '87.
Focus is on the
feminine silhouette with short
skirts, hourglass jackets with
simple necklines and strapless
evening wear. The feminine
spirit continues into accessories,
as diamonds are in the limelight
again this season. Nothing
enhances a woman's feminity
better than a sparkling diamond
in a shape that flatters the ideal
fall outfit.
Shape is the buzzword for
Fall 1987. Fashion designers are
focusing on silhouettes, and the
suit plays a major role in this
season's collections. Jackets are
shaped to emphasize the
silhouette and flatter the
neckline.
Necklines are the big news
this season, with portrait
necklines making a comeback
This wide-open collar, which is
appearing on coats, jackets and
evening gowns, is perfect for
displaying a classic gold and
diamond choker or an all round
diamond necklace, both of
which follow the shape of the
neckline.
Other shapes making fashion
headlines are short sassy skirts
and the Audrey Hepburn style
sheath, which is straight and
slim.
In jewelry, diamond shapes
play off of designer silhouettes.
Fall '87 is shaping up with
diamonds that fit each look.
No matter what the shape,
quality is the key consideration
when purchasing a diamond.

FALL '87 125

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