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September 05, 1987 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-05

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ELE G ANT
FURS

BY CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ

III) etroit began as a fur
trading center. Today
the tradition of
quality furs continues
in our city. Our furs are
luxurious, elegant and warm.
It's the perfect wrap for our
climate.
There are many new trends this
season. The hottest and the
newest fur for fall is the knee-
length walking coat
measuring 36" to 40" long.
This new length looks great with
short hemlines.
The long, full coat is still
popular. A long, full, fur is still
very fashionable and works the
best over heavy clothing,
business suits and evening
clothes. The full-length, full-
sleeve coat is becoming a
classic style.
All the furs, long or short,
narrow or full, are elegant and
luxurious. We've asked
members of the community to
model the latest fur fashions.

PHOTOGRAPHER: Glenn Triest
STYLIST. Linda Shorr
HAIR: Hoffet, Daniel J Salon
MAKEUP: Julie Hood, Tamara
LOCATION: private residence,
Bloomfield Hills

Special Thanks to
Audette Cadillac and
Chrysler Corporation.

60 FALL '87

Sue Kaufman, attorney and
community volunteer, models a
natural mahagony mink coat
with fisher dyed fox tuxedos
and a matching detachable
hood from Malter Furs, $6,645.
She is wearing a Tahari cocoa
suit from Hudson's with
antique ivory earrings from
Quintessence.

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