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September 09, 1989 - Image 75

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-09

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Yves Saint

Saint Laurent again
scores a smashing
success with his creative
fall collection. His color
combinations are bright
juxtapositions of orange
and red, of green and
blue. Especially colorful
are his Oriental-inspired
evening clothes: the
slender skirts are made
of gleaming, sumptuous
metallic brocade, worn
with brightly colored
cashmere sweaters.
Saint Laurent takes an
entirely different tack
with an all-black
segment that features
short crepe dresses for
day or evening; wool
dresses draped to one
side; and full, swirling
satin capes. Black capes
are also shown with
side-buttoned shirts and
trousers in colors like
soft orange,
butterscotch and moss

Only a designer as
creative as Saint
Laurent could pull
off this evening look
— colorful but
clashing brocade
skirt and cashmere

FALL '89


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