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September 02, 1995 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-09-02

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editor's letter

STILE

magazine

all 1985. Our first Style magazine, sent
to subscribers of The Jewish News, fea-
tured a runway shot from the French
IN STYLE haute couture collection. I wrote the accom-
panying story, "Hot New Fashions for Detroit's
The French LulicLzio
A first-hand report cy
Cool Fall." I interviewed Ray Epstein from
haute coutur
Hot New Fashions
Ray & Ida's, Ethel Siegel from Complaisant,
For Detroit s
Coot Fall
Gwen Hallimon from Berge Ltd., Estelle Can-
Ernphas,s or
itEIesance for Mei
tor from Esther and Estelle's and Devorah
apped Attentic•
Furs Are Longer
And More Fui,
Shenkman from Devorah's.
Ten years later, much has changed. Although
many of the retailers mentioned are no longer
in business, our magazine is flourishing. We
now reach 60,000 households in the general
community. Thanks to our readers and adver-
tisers, Style has evolved into an upscale publi-
cation with an international look and local flavor. We are a lifestyle magazine informing
our readers about fashion, interior design, travel, food, health—from a local perspective to
a global view.
Our anniversary package is truly a celebration of our test of time. Inside, local retailers
predict the trends beyond the year 2000. A. Alfred Taubman, of the Taubman Co., be-
lieves by the year 2035, you'll be reading Style in the comfort of your home on paper-
thin, high-resolution display tablet and be driving your battery-operated recyclable car out
to Twelve Oaks. The other retailers offer equally interesting predictions.
To honor our anniversary, Style magazine hosted a luncheon with a panel of experts who
picked our 1995 Stylemakers. In the photos, our publisher Arthur Horwitz is with panel
members Suzy Farbman and Marcie Brogan; I'm between Linda Solomon and Marj Jack-
son Levin. We hope you enjoy reading about the peo-
ple in our community who make a difference.
Another feature story offers a retrospective view of
fashion over the last decade. Richard Martin, curator
of the Metropolitan Museum's Costume Institute,
calls Sandy Schreier an encyclopedia of fashion. This
fashion expert is a knowledgeable member of our
community and wrote the "Dictionary of a Decade"
for Style. She proves that it's not unfashionable to care
about fashion.
As usual, this issue features some elegant homes
and fabulous fashions. Our fashion shoot was pro-
duced locally with stylist Vickie Dawson and pho-
tographer Glenn Triest. These photographs were
shot—not in France as in our first issue a decade ago—
but at Barnes & Noble in West Bloomfield.
We hope you enjoy this anniversary issue of Style.
Fashion changes, but Style evolves. We promise to
make every issue spectacular.

THE Jam' - ' >H NEWS

F

PUBLISHER

Arthur M. Horwitz

EDITOR

Carla Jean Schwartz

ART DIRECTOR

Brian Michael Lawrence

DESIGN

April Ford

PRODUCTION NIANAGER

Curtis DeLoye

PRODUCTION

Gayle Baldi
Cathy Ciccone
Marla Cooper
Seymour Manello
Kris Morgan
Ralph Orme
Debbie Schultz

PR OOFREADER/COPY EDI'T'O R

Gail Zimmerman

BUSINESS MANAGER

Marianne B. Taylor

CIRCULATION MANAGER

Mary McMahon

MARKETING MANAGER

Illana P. Greenberg

AccouNT ExEctiTivp:s
Ann G. Abrams
Susan Brooks
Kathy Johnson
Betsy Leemon
Lisa Wylin
Patricia McMurray
Rick Nessel
Danny Raskin
Art Shafer

ACCOUNT ASSOCIATE

Danny Samson

ADVERTISING COORDINATOR

Sincerely,

Robin E. Magness

STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER

Glenn Triest

Carla Schwartz

4 •

WINTER 1995 • STYLE

Style is published five times a year by The Detroit Jewish News.
Offices are located at 27676 Franklin Road, Southfield, MI
48034. Telephone (810) 354-6060. Fax (810) 354-6069.

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