Wednesday, July 4, 2012
Monday, June 4, 2012
Saturday, March 17, 2012
Shamrocks and green ribbons were worn as early as the 17th century to symbolize St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland, and a religious feast day. Today it is a secular holiday and the most recognized saint's day in the world.
This beautiful floral jacquard, reminiscent of shamrocks, was produced in 1961. It is a bi-color knit called "Flower Song". The matching cardigan was meant for "after dive" activities, an innovative concept of a new ad campaign.
"Just Wear a Smile and a Jantzen" and "Top O' the Morning" to you. Let's celebrate!
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Fluid, lively, sense of humor and spontaneous are all attributes of love.
They also perfectly describe the whimsical art of Earl Oliver Hurst. His
superlative line and swift moving brush are fueled by vitality, the essence
of amour. What could be more appealing than a romance inducing Jantzen
with ruffled trim? The “clinging vine” suit and Hurst are perfect mating for
a timeless love story.
Mademoiselle Magazine, July, 1945