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September 08, 1990 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-09-08

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hearts. Ultra-sheer hosiery is making
inroads, as is sheer hosiery with a
subtle shimmer. The latter is particu-
larly good for day into evening wear.



Criari

Thigh High

Almost every European designer
showed over-the-knee and thigh-high
boots, usually in suede, with their
short-short daytime skirts.
For evening, shoes shine and glitter.
Look for details like sequined high
heels on a black velvet strap shoe.
Look for classic pumps and dance
slippers done in metallic leather in
fashion forward colors like fuchsia
and turquoise as well as the standard
silver and gold.

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Big Is Better

Voluminous scarves are the hot
accessory. They are wrapped around
the neck or sashed around the hips,
and look just right with the thigh-high
boots. They're best in luxurious fab-
rics like cashmere, silk charmeuse and
velvet. Extravagant details include
lace inserts, sequins, studs, pompoms
and fringe.

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Quilted Classic

The quilted bag reigns supreme as
innumerable imitations and variations
on the Chanel classic appear this fall.
There are quilted leather totes, quilt-
ed suede satchels and quilted leather
backpacks.
Structured geometric shapes are
another important trend. Although
the square, rectangle and oval are
familiar from past seasons, the trap-
ezoid is new on the scene. The geo-
metrics are being done in a multitude
of fabrics, textures and sizes.
A slew of smaller bags are also
showing up on the market. These
include structured geometrics like the
mini-Kelly bag, done in shiny croc-
odile-stamped and patent leathers.
There are also mini-versions of the
classic quilted Chanel bag on long
gold chains, to be worn slung ban-
dolier-like across the chest.
However, women who cannot pos-
sibly get all their stuff into a small bag
are not left out in the cold this fall.
The latest big bag look comes straight
from the country's college campuses
in the form of gussied-up knapsacks
and backpacks. Instead of durable
canvas, both are now being made in

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