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September 05, 1987 - Image 92

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-05

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PHOTOGRAPHY: Glenn Triest
STYLIST: Linda Schorr

W

hether it's Boyne
Mountain,
Caberfae or Mt.
Holly, Detroiters
will have no problem keeping
warm on the slopes. New light-
weight fabrics with insulation,
perfect for layering, will keep
you warm as toast.
The colors are bright and
bold. Red, navy, yellow,
shocking pink and creamy
pastels are stand-outs against
the white snow. Zippers,
textures and stitching add style
and comfort on jackets and ski
pants. Matching accessories
make the outfit complete.
After the slopes, there's
nothing more relaxing than
sitting by the fireplace with your
favorite drink.
This could be a peak
experience.

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