The 10 Best Dressed Metro Detroiters of 2012

Stylish men and women share their thoughts on how to wear it well


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Fair Radom

Seen here wearing Mary Katrantzou's pixilated still-life print silk dress with chiffon inserts, vintage Kenneth J. Lane Earrings, Louis Vuitton bracelets and ring, with Manolo Blahnik shoes.

Occupation:

Owner, Imperial Group Inc., an insurance services company; community volunteer; co-chair of 2012 DIA Annual Gala.

Shopping:

Tender, Wolford, Zieben Mare for casual things, and Lululemon Athletica for exercise clothes.

Personal style:

Classic with a twist — always feminine.

Style tip:

Quality over quantity. All you need is a few stand-up pieces that will look good for a long time, as opposed to a closet full of trendy items that are only as good as the current season.

Fashion influence:

“My mother was very fashionable. She made her own clothes and even taught me to sew. When I was 16, I got a job at a fine women’s clothing shop in Warren, Ohio. I always admired the women who came in to shop who were very well dressed.”

Credits: Hair, Anita at Red the Salon; makeup, Barbara Deyo

 

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