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September 02, 1995 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-09-02

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savvy shopper


hob- - cnobbinc

Colorful cabochons and faceted crystals sound like
jewelry terms, but these components are part of de-
signer Susan Goldstick's knobs. Goldstick, a South-
field High School and University of Michigan
graduate who now resides in San Francisco, creates
these artistic accessories. She uses lustrous metals,
amethyst, jade and crystals, which give her knobs a
jewel-like quality. The knobs add the finishing
touch to cabinets, drapery rods, bed posts and doors.
Clients can select their own color combination for
these unique knobs at Bellissima, a home-decor
store in downtown Rochester.

Merchandise available at
Bellissima, Rochester.

radio flyer

Thanks to West Bloomfield artist El Castor, the latest trend is putting a red Radio
Flyer wagon in your living room. Castor turns the wagon into a decorative table by
filling it with objects and covering the top with glass. Her coffee-table wagon is
filled with coffee cups and coffee beans, while her Oriental table features rice and
Chinese food. She even has
a table for the bedroom filled
with sexual paraphernalia.
People and Cosmopolitan mag-
azines have contacted her
about her work. Celebrities,
like rock star Eddie Van
Halen, are ordering her cre-

red hot

From scarlet to crimson, red
is the color this season.
Fashion designer Gianni
Versace packages this trend
in a red-wool crepe pantsuit. From jeans
to dresses, Versace for Women fashions are now
at The Broadway.

Merchandise available at The Broadway,

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Merchandise available at Ar-
iana Gallery, Royal Oak.

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