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March 28, 1992 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-03-28

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Crystal Balls

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Photo:
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ACCESSORY DESIGNERS AND RE-
tailers looked in their crystal balls and
came up with the following trends for
their products this spring/summer:
Belts — This will be a big season for
belts. First, the chemise is out and
fitted-waist dresses, often belted, are
in. Second, the western look is a
major influence. Belts with a western
theme, from tooled leather to denim
accents, are expected to be especially
popular.
Jewelry — Disagreement here. Some
think the emphasis will be on western-
looking jewelry. Big size, they say, is
especially important, like big neck-
laces. Others think jewelry is getting
smaller; they particularly like small,
colorful, whimsical pins in enamel,
metal and stone.
Handbags — Look for larger and
less structured handbags. Interesting
shapes, like bell curves, are being
made. Chestnut, olive, coral and navy
appear to be the main colors.
Scarves — Several directions here.
Black and white with a bright accent
color go with graphic print clothes.
To accent the nautical look, scarves
have chain patterns and include the
color gold. Out of fashion for the past
few seasons, pale colors are starting
to return.
Hats — Casual, sporty baseball caps
and berets hit it big last season and
will be back again. Menswear-inspired
hats may take off. ❑

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LAST SPRING, FRENCH DESIGNER
Karl Lagerfeld shocked the fashion
world by reworking the traditional
Chanel suit in denim and wool tweed.
Today, while the Lagerfelds, Giorgio
Armanis and Donna Karans continue
to be intrigued by the versatility and
quality of denim, the real challenges
in jeanswear this season again derive
from the rock 'n roll generation. Or,
more appropriately in 1992, the MTV
generation.
And oversized overalls, shortalls,
and oversized jeans are what's
happening on MTV.
And what about those over 30?
Well, you can count on the sudden,
spectacular rise of country and
western music to influence the vast
canyons of jeanswear fashion.

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