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March 20, 1992 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-03-20

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FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1992

Andrea Becker, Anna Sui and Roz Becker.

Spring And Fashion
Come Back To Town

CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ

Local Columnist

B

outique owners Roz
and Sherm. Becker
recently opened an-
other fashionable store,
Hannah Rose, in the Bloom-
field Plaza, near the same
site as their namesake store.
Anna Sui, a fashion
designer and former Mich-
igan resident, also greeted
customers on opening day
along with manager An-
drea Becker.
The design of the store is
as exciting as the merchan-
dise, which includes a full
range of clothing from jeans
and T-shirts to an entire
wall of little black dresses
for evening. Hannah Rose
was designed by Peterhan-
srea of Birmingham under
the direction of Ron Rea.
Shoes are sold in the "The
Rose Garden," while eve-
ning wear is in "The Black
Rose Salon." Each dressing
room is like a whimsical or
romantic cottage.
"The store is for fashion
forward, young-at-heart
women who enjoy fun
clothes," said Mrs. Becker.

SOIREE CHANEL
The Founders Society of
the Detroit Institute of Arts
and Saks Fifth Avenue re-
cently held a benefit at the
Saks store in Troy featuring
a fashion presentation of the
Chanel boutique collection
for spring and summer. The
signature trademark of
classic suits, gold chains,
pearls and the connected
letter "C" strutted down the
runway. The colors were like
a bouquet of spring flowers
from lilac to sea foam green.
Many outfits were shown
with matching quilted

Richard and
Shelley Golden

handbags and clear lucite
flats with a patent leather
toe. The beachwear was sur-
prising — lounging
ensembles with matching
boxer shorts and even Lyrca.
Some of the DIA patrons in-
cluded: Cis Maisel
Kellman, Shelley and
Richard Golden,
Marianne and Alan
Schwartz.

SPRING FASHIONS
There are several upcom-
ing spring fashion shows.
Boutique owner Linda
Dresner will be coor-
dinating fashions on the
evening of March 24 at In-
dustry, with proceeds
benefitting the Design In-
dustries Foundation for
AIDS (DIFFA). Absolut
Vodka commissioned 12
creations to raise money for
AIDS, and those exciting
outfits will also sashay down
the runway. For more in-
formation, call 334-1999.
The Women's Health Club
of the Jewish Community
Center presents "Spring
Fantasy" on April 1 at noon
at the JCC with boutique
shopping and lunch. Joan

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