NEW YORK — Phyllis Kay has always had a passion for slippers.
A veteran consultant of color and textile trends at firms including Collins & Aikman and Guilford Mills, Kay started up her slipper business, Feets of Fancy Inc., in 1994 with a mission: to provide slippers for women that were not only stylish but comfortable.
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