After a more than 10-year hiatus, Jockey International returned to its showman’s roots and staged a formal fashion show in Manhattan for its fall collections for men and women.
Because of the positive reaction at the fashion venue at the Museum of Arts & Design, the 136-year-old specialist of men’s and women’s innerwear is considering doing more shows and presentations in the future, said Matthew Waller, Jockey’s manager of public relations.
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