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September 05, 1987 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-05

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of brown to match the new
"All lengths of boots are
strong," notes Zerman. Texture
in boots and shoes are popular
suedes, snakeskins and
According to Beverly Purcell,
Vogue Merchandising Editor,
"The best accessory is a white
cotton shirt with French cuffs."
Anna Bassett suggests long
evening gloves.
Handbags are smaller and
rounder. Again, brown signals
fall '87. Belts are wider and
have interesting buckles.
At Masons, the jewelry reflects
the fall fashions. Black jewelry
contrasts with the shades of
brown. Tortoise and ivory pieces
also look great with this
season's fashions. For evening
there's rhinestone earrings and
the popular antique styles."

Left: Black wool crepe and poult
de soie cocktail dress has
diagonal seaming and
asymmetrically flounced skirt, by
Pauline Trigere.

Clockwise from top : Short,
body-hugging leather skirt,
$298; sporty double-turtleneck
sweater, $176; and bi-colored
tweed and knit blouson, $318;
from Eleanor P. Brenner.

Two-piece outfit in black and
ginger floral silk-wool print:
gently gathered skirt, shaped
collarless jacket, $910; with
matching oversized shawl, from
Albert Nipon.

Tabasco-colored cashmere-wool
dolman sleeved jacket, $240;
black wool jersey dress with
mandarin collar, $126; Beige
And Company.

Wool flannel cardigan jacket with
Fischer-dyed fox shawl collar and
cuffs; slim tobacco leather side-
snapped skirt, from Don Sayres.

FALL '87 45

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