Architectures of Seduction: Intimate Apparel Trade Shows and Retail Department Design, 1920–1940
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In September 1921, Corsets & Lingerie, one of the nation’s leading trade journals, reported to its wholesale and retail industry readers— manufacturers, store owners, buyers, and saleswomen— on the new interior design of “Molly Mayer’s Beautiful Shop” in New York City.
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