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October 19, 1990 - Image 81

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-10-19

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1990

Temple Israel Presents
A Carousel of Fashion

T

emple Israel
Sisterhood presented
"The Carousel of
Fashion," an afternoon of
boutique shopping, lunch
and a fashion show. Over
400 women attended the fif-
th annual event on Oct. 10.
The event began at 10 a.m.
with boutique shopping of
clothing, jewelry and gift
items from local merchants
and artisans. Jolie Altman
of Birmingham sold her
mother's Bakelite pins. Her
mother, Sheila Schiller, is
an artist from Highland
Park, Illinois. Andi Wolfe,
owner of Speaking of Gifts,
was busy selling her wares.
The social hall was dec-
orated with pink and white
balloons. The carousel
theme was displayed in the
floral arrangements that
were attached to a horse
from a merry-go-round. The
spring colors were perfect for
the rainy autumn afternoon.
Saks Fifth Avenue,
Fairlane, presented the fash-
ion show with an exclusive
trunk showing of the Escada
1991 spring collection.
Merry-go-round music
played as models wore color-
ful short skirts with quilted
jackets or blazers. The
palette ranged from muted
colors to electric green and
pink.
After the Escada collec-
tion, models wore some tra-
ditional blazers for fall. The
fashion show ended with
evening clothes, from simple
black dresses to beaded and
lavish attire.
The door prize committee
of Susan Erlich, Karen
Linden and Carolyn
Marks managed to obtain
63 donated gifts. There were
so many prizes that one was
put on each table before the
guests arrived. The others
were given out at the conclu-
sion of the fashion show.
Some of the gifts included a
trip to Atlanta, a personaliz-
ed necklace and designer
eyeglasses.
Donor chairmen Lillian
Goodman and Marilyn
Rubin enjoyed working on
the event. Marilyn Rubin
noted the gracious efforts of
the community merchants.
"The Vineyards even do-
nated food for the models,"
Mrs. Rubin said. Mrs. Rubin
and her husband are busy
working on the upcoming
concert with the Chaldean

Temple Israel Sisterhood members Sherrie Stern, Lillian Goodman,
Marilyn Rubin and Janie Roth.

and Jewish community,
"Building Bridges of Under-
standing" to be held on Nov.
8.
Some of the women in the
crowd were: Barbara
Spivack, Roberta Hirsch,
Barbara Bockoff, Bar-
bara Gold, Renee Gerger,
Miriam Resnick, Arlene
Freedman, Evelyn Can-
tor, Freda Adler, Sharon
Taylor, Carole Miller,
Paula Shapiro, Hermaine
Raimi, B.J. Berkowitz,
Sharon Gursten, Marge
Samson and Sandy Sam-
son.
Lillian Goodman said
that after the event she will
go home and start planning
next year's sisterhood day.

GLITZ AT RITZ
The Michigan
Psychoanalytic Foundation
and the Michigan
Psychoanalytic Institute
will present an evening of
cabaret music at the Ritz-
Carlton in Dearborn at 7
p.m. on Oct. 28. Dubbed
"Puttin on the Glitz at the
Ritz," the Ritz-Carlton
ballroom will be filled with
the best of the Broadway
stage from Sondheim to Noel
Coward, according to benefit
co-chairs Ann Katz, Julie
Levy and Gerry Schreier.
Julia Broxholm, winner of
the Metropolitan Opera
Auditions and Deanna
Relyea, director of the Ker-
rytown Concert House, will

Rabbi Yedwab with Miriam Resnick and Renee Gerger.

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