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August 01, 2003 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-08-01

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is no longer the prim
Chanel of tweed suits and
brass buttons. The
Fall/Winter 2003 Collection,
presented by Saks Fifth Avenue
and The Detroit Institute of Arts,
features a daring Chanel line that
marries the '40s with the '80s,
and sheer bodices with leather
leggings. Patrons and benefactors
of the Under the Stars Gala
)0(IV were mesmerized by the
unexpected aspects of the collec-
tion. Micro-minis in satin with
tweed or chiffon, and lace with
tweed, were paired with more
traditional Chanel jackets
and bright white
boots. Black and white
was the prevailing
theme, although pink
and brown were shown,
as were graphic prints
and denim. Dressed-up
cargo pants, sequined
hot pants, metallic
jackets, leather with
sequins, and dresses
with sheer peek-a-
boo panels make this
a Chanel collection
that defies catego-
rizing.

—Li nda
Bachrack

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