By  on November 15, 2019

Stan Herman’s 60-plus years in fashion include selling on QVC, setting the stage for New York Fashion Week in Bryant Park and formerly heading up the Council of Fashion Designers of America. But millions of people, who might have never heard his name, have worn his designs daily for years.

The New York-based designer discussed his decades of designing uniforms for such corporations as Amtrak, Federal Express, JetBlue, TWA, McDonald’s and United Airlines, among others, in a Friday morning talk with WWD’s executive editor Bridget Foley at Parsons The New School. Billed as “The Sartorial Significance of Blue,” the conversation was part of Initiatives in Art and Culture’s three-day “Blue” conference, which closes Saturday in New York.

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