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Article January 1, 1994

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PRESENTING … THE REPS WWD CONTINUES IT… 04-05-9404-05-94


PRESENTING … THE REPS
WWD CONTINUES ITS SERIES HIGHLIGHTING PROMINENT REPS AT THE CHICAGO APPAREL CENTER.

Lee Roski Showroom: 12-102 Principal: Lee Roski
Lines: Faith, Leslie Fay Evenings, Nahdree, Nah Nah, Nicole Studio, Nipon Night, Staples, Surya, UGR
“Value is a key idea. We try to find the lines that know how to follow the trends and produce the product at the right price.”
— Lee Roski

Nancy Milgrim Showroom: 1347 Principal: Nancy Milgrim
Lines: Actionwear, Grand Avenue, Lynn Ritchie, L. Bates, Tina Hagen, Votre Nom
“We’re a full service showroom with a hands-on approach. As the fourth generation in a retail family, I understand that, just as retailers have to give service to their customers, as a rep we have to give customer service to our stores.”
— Nancy Milgrim

Boe Chmil
Showroom: 1340 Principal: Boe Chmil
Lines: Bettina Riedel, Johnny Heaven, Michael Simon, Platinum, Silver Connection, Studio 1
“I try not to duplicate any one manufacturer. We offer the customer one-stop shopping — a harmonious mix of sportswear, knitwear and dresses. There isn’t one price point that dictates — it should be more of a look than a price point.”
— Boe Chmil

Steven B. Jacobson Showroom: 13-110 Principal: Steve Jacobson
Lines: Anne Pederson, Bossanova, Emil Rutenberg, Fitigues, Fitigues Kids, Kavi, Kirsten Scarcelli, Jan Wilson, Mary Beth Collection, Micheline Boucher, Notables
“The lines I sell don’t wear my customers — my customers wear the clothes. You can’t target a price point — people are trying to buy quality and a look for a little less expensive price.”
— Steve Jacobson