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March 28, 1992 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-03-28

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Opposite page: Black and-
white is a fresh combination
for spring evenings,
especially in a cocktail dress
by Bill Blass Evening, one of
several new affordable,
designer-name lines. The
taffeta dress mixes two bold
patterns, ginghams and plaid.
Crystals on the slightly
raised waistline add sparkle.
John's double-breasted navy
pinstripe suit goes from the
boardroom to bar. He wears
a wool suit from Jos. A. Bank
Clothiers, a white Nino
Cerruti shirt and a colorful
Nicole Miller tie available at
Kosins.
This page: Nautical tacks
in a new direction. Add a
splash of gold instead of red.
Use a star insignia instead of
an anchor. Keegin's pantsuit
is in cool cotton pique. The
navy double-breasted jacket
is trimmed with white and
gold buttons and a gold star.
Gold stars edge the pockets
of the pants. The outfit is
from Sally's Design and
Boutique.
Accessories are a gold rope
belt and a nautical-motif
Adrienne Vittadini scarf.

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SPRING '92

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