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October 04, 2002 - Image 90

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-04

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fashion

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The'lkest loafers for men can be paired
with anything from worn jeans tO a
dressy suit:— no penny required.

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BODDIE
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Clockwise from top: Black hair-calf with pointy toe, by Kenneth Cole Collection at Kenneth Cole, Somerset Collection, Troy. Dark brown croco-embossed leather, by Donald J. Pliner at Saks Fifth

Avenue, Somerset Collection, Troy. Wine calf -leather with rounded toe, by Brass Boot at Nordstrom, Somerset Collection, Troy. Sleek perforated nappa-leather, by Brass Boot at Nordstrom.

Brown leather with squared-off pointy toe, by Kenneth Cole Collection, at Neiman Marcus, Somerset Collection, Troy. Taupe leather with pointy toe, by Kenneth Cole New York, at Marshall
Field's. Tan leather with square toe, by Donald J. Pliner at Saks Fifth Avenue, Somerset Collection, Troy. Stylist assistant:Ales Ebersole

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OCTOBER 2002 • STYLE AT T E JN

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