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August 20, 1993 - Image 116

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-08-20

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School

Baggy jeans,
plaid flannel shirts

and
Doc Martens shoes

are in style

this season
for back-to-school

fashion.

p Choices
Multile

SUZIN BODDIFORD SPECIAL TO THE JEWISH NEWS

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PHOTOGRAPH BY CRAIG TERKOWITZ

hen it comes to the hippest homerooms, this fall
teen-agers make the fashion grade by dressing every
which way. It's time to break those rigid rules and
throw in a little attitude for extra credit.
That's the trend senior wardrobe stylist Jimmy Hanrahan,
who interprets fashion for 55 million young viewers on MTV, is
pushing. Whether he's dressing a funky video jockey or outfit-
ting a popular musical group for its latest video, the key is indi-

viduality — "taking the trends and twisting them around so that
they work on you, and not because it was dictated to you in a
magazine or on a famous celebrity," he said.
Hanrahan's single favorite pick for fall? "A great white shirt,"
he enthused. "It's an inexpensive fashion fix that anyone can in-
stantly personalize."

The most important new trend in student-wear, according to
Joanna Corsara, junior sportswear editor for The Tobe Report,

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