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After the war was over they turned increasingly to the use of nylon and in 1948 announced that they would be using nylon exclusively for their products.
1948 was also the year in which the owners closed the Reading mill, due to efforts to unionize the mill.
In 1953 the long term bestselling leopard print was introduced and it was soon followed by other prints, including a zebra stripe and a butterfly print.
In the late 1960s Vanity Fair began to expand by buying other companies.
In 1919 the company again changed its name, this time to Vanity Fair Silk Mills.
Vanity Fair’s decision to use only nylon allowed them to work on the development of the new fabric.This new yarn — elastic — was soon used by Vanity Fair in the making of foundation garments such as girdles and bras.Like many lingerie companies, Vanity Fair spent the WWII years making parachutes.The name of the company was changed to the Schuylkill Silk Mills in 1913 and the next year they added silk underwear to the company’s line of gloves.During this period of time, the women’s underwear industry was changing rapidly.
A young woman moves to 17th century Amsterdam and hires a mysterious local miniaturist to furnish the dollhouse she received from her merchant husband as present, but the lifelike miniatures somehow start eerily foreshadowing her fate.