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September 08, 1990 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-09-08

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Eurotrends

280 N. Woodward 644-7609
In The Great American Mall

et over a vest over a blouse. Or wear
a parka over a blazer over a blouse.
(Warning: Do not attempt the layered
look if you end up resembling the
Goodyear blimp more than you do
a fashion statement.)
Pleated skirts range from mica-
pleats to box pleats to cartridge
pleats. Lagerfeld and Giorgio Armani
are credited with the best suit style
of the season — a short pleated skirt
teamed with a long jacket, done in
two different fabrics.

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STYLE

TRUF FATA

JEWELRY

At the fall 1990 fashion shows in
New York, fashion editors, buyers and
socialites witnessed the end of an era
of extravagance as many designers
concentrated on wearability and
back-to-basics.
Pared-down often translates into
monotone. The fall '90 look is as sim-
ple as Louis Dell'Olio's coffee bean
wool turtleneck with matching slim
skirt, hat, gloves, pumps and those
opaque stockings that appeared on
most every runway. Dell'Olio repeats
this monochromatic scheme in
several reserved tones such as navy,
tobacco and gray for his Anne Klein
collection.
Offering a simple formula for fall,
Donna Karan's collection similarly in-
cludes an understated palette of
monochromatic interchangeable
pieces in earth tones.
Exemplifying the pared-down sil-
houette is the chemise, a '60s flash-
back that looks modern with its un-
cluttered lines.
Michael Kors showed suede che-
mises. Adrienne Vittadini's version is
a Mondrian revival, a long tunic
sweater with yellow and purple block
squares defined by black lines. Char-
lotte Neuville offers a cotton lace
minidress as a tribute to the chemise.
Isaac Mizrahi's interpretation has a
cowl back that dips low, as far as the
waistline. Calvin Klein showed slender
shift dresses, and Ralph Lauren's
short, black subdued shift combined
with matching gloves was elegant and
understated.

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