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|Current Organization||Morton Myles|
|Type of Organization||Manufacturing|
|Major Product||Private label women's fashion apparel|
|Area of Distribution||International|
|University/Degree||Double Major, Fashion Design and Production Management, Fashion Institute of Technology; Graduate, New York University; Studied Fashion Design, Chambre Syndicale and Ecole Guerre-Lavigne, Paris, France|
|Honors & Awards||Invited by Norman Norell to become a member of the prestigious Council of Fashion Designers of America in 1970; Named one of the Young Elite Creators by Saks Fifth Ave.; Award from the Cotton Council of New York and the Corduroy Council|
|Published Works||Has been invited to speak at art museums and fashion events having been part of the Golden Age of American Fashion Design|
|Career Accomplishments||While at Sondheim he designed the famous robin's egg blue linen dress for Jacqueline Kennedy which was widely photographed as front page news and featured on the cover of Look Magazine showing President Kennedy, Mrs. Kennedy wearing the blue dress and their children. The dress was donated by Mrs. Kennedy as her favorite daytime dress to the Kennedy Memorial Library and is in the permanent collection; Started the concept of couture looks in ready to wear at an affordable price and stayed with this concept throughout 3+ decade career|
|Work History||Couturier Jacques Fath, Paris, France; Fashion design work for dress manufacturers in New York including Herbert Sondheim, Larry Aldrich, Abe Schrader, Jeunesse with his name on the labels since 1960;|
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