By  on September 8, 2011

New York's Garment District is known for iconic images like rolling racks of dresses careening down Seventh Avenue, quintessential entrepreneurs like Abe Schrader and Bud Konheim, leggy models walking alongside yakking garmentos, and flamboyant designers rubbing elbows with first ladies and Ladies Who Lunch — all to the point of creating an identity that is a rarity in the history of American industry and popular culture.


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