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October 27, 1989 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-10-27

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FASHION

FASHION
EXTRAVAGANZA

ORT's membership celebration
began with a fashion show
and luncheon.

CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ

Local Columnist

ichigan. Re-
gion of Wo-
nien's Ameri-
can ORT re-
cently held a
membership luncheon at
Adat Shalom featuring a -
fashion show. About 300
patrons attended the event,
including President Lois
Sandberg and Co-Chairmen
Dana Burstein and Ronni
Tischler.
The fashion extravaganza
produced by Leah Marks con-
tained clothing and ac-
cessories from the following
merchants:. Sally's Designs,
Lone Pine Vision, Roth Furs,
The Maternite Corner, Beach
Bound Ltd., Tapper's, Elaine
B's and Kiddly Winks.
Tamara Institute de Beaute
and MarioMax Salon provid-
ed the make-up and hair
styling.
The fashion extravaganza
began with models in black
unitards covered with gold
and silver jewelry waving
black scarves. The dramatic
entrance brought applause
from the crowd. The next
scene was perfect for resort
dressing and custom-made
bathing suits. Sportswear, in-
cluding luxurious leathers
and classic suits, highlighted
the show. ❑

64

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1989

Clockwise from left:
Houndstooth short jacket with
black trousers and Chanel-
inspired jewelry.
Brocade jacket in muted shades
with matching skirt.
Party dresses for the youngest
fashion crowd.
Red fox seven-eights length coat
with shadow for trim.

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