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said Venners. "Our moderate prices
can capture the student audience"
Choc Choc wants to stress fun
shopping - it even has phones in
the dressing rooms for an added
feeling of attention. The store is far
from the usual shopping exper-
ience. Students get a 10% discount.
- Clothes Cellar, 715 N.
University.
If you want brand name designer
merchandise without having to
drive very far, this is the place to
go. As it was explained to me, this
store buys one of a kind salvage
merchandise from major department
stores, such as Hudson's, and then
sells it at half of cost. Sound
intriguing? I want to stress that this
is new merchandise, so you can
look good, inexpensively. Since
they're buying leftovers, so to
speak, this store occassionally is
able to get its hands on some really
hot fashion items.
"In one shipment we got in
leather jackets," said store manager
Ira Harrison. "To date, that is the
hottest selling item besides the
Gucci purses that we got in."
Occassionally, the store does
receive big ticket items such as an
exercise bike, or leather briefcases
for $20. You just have to hunt.
- Laura Ashley, 514 E.
Washington.
This store is very romantic, with
an abundance of lace and softness.
The spring/summer collection is
inspired by Matisse paintings.
Laura Ashley brings simplicity
back to fashion. A lot of the
merchandise is made of such easy
flowing and easy-to-care-for fabrics
like cotton. Floral patterns are
everywhere. Despite its obvious
appeal for sophistication, the store
does have some fun fashions that
can appeal to student consumers.
"We have a wonderful collection
of party dresses which are perfect
for formals and sorority functions,"
said Allison Krane; publicity
manager for fashion.
" Police File, 1731 Plymouth
Rd., North Campus Plaza.
Don't ever let it be said that
fashion-conscious men are left out
of the picture. Police File, the male
counterpart to Choc Choc, is the
store for men who want to develop
"a little bit more serious and
mysterious image," according to
Julie Venners, the outlet's manager.
One thing that makes the store
interesting is its interior design, a
prison motif. On the shelves is
merchandise from designers like
Giorgio Armani and Emanuelle
Ungaro. The store also has a
tremendous selection of designer
men's cologne.
Police File has the fashions of
the New York, Calfornia, and
Birmingham look, according to
Venners.
"The look, is very clean and
bold," she said. "A look of maturity
and one of taste."

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available at Choc Choc.
Model: Angela Bruner.

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