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Ethnic by Design Adventurous Shoppers Get Wrapped Up in a Collection of Batik Fabrics Woven by Tribes of Indonesia, the Philippines
[Orange County Edition]
Los Angeles Times (pre-1997 Fulltext) - Los Angeles, Calif.
Date: Jul 28, 1994
Start Page: 4
Section: Life & Style; PART-E; View Desk
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PHOTO: COLOR, Stephanie Parica models a purple, sirikit-style skirt and top (from $250) with a red, Muslim-inspired kandong or scarf ($25). "There is no duplication in design or color scheme," the designer says of the handwoven fabrics she imports from her native region.; PHOTO: COLOR, Maude Duque, above left, wears a sirikit-style skirt and top (from $250); Camille Delas Armas wears a sequined outfit (from $300) from a Muslim design for a tribal princess.; PHOTO: COLOR, [Lucy Sanchez], left, says her goal is to create a collection that sparks emotion. Photographed at Knott's Berry Farm in Buena Park. / KEVIN P. CASEY / Los Angeles Times

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