Suits and accessories "set the pace" in an article in the February 1950 issue of "Handbags and Fashion Accessories," pages 40-41
SOFTLY DETAILED SUITS SET THE PACE FOR EASTER ACCESSORY SALES
New suits with their 1950 feminine details have definite accessory counterparts . . . Suits shown here are typical. Note their fashion points . . . play up their coordinates Chart these details for your staff and your customers.
POINTED YOKE motif identifies Milch's soft calf pouch bag. The delicate pure Irish linen bow with Venice lace insert is shown by Rosen Bros. Maleh & Hamway's Chinese handkerchief has square scalloped edges with fine embroidery and open work applique. Hcineman's gay peony makes a good-looking suit accent. Green orchid Carado longer slipon is news at Ireland Brothers, and its color is set off by the cutwork lacing and the French knots along the top edge
The Louis S. David Co. was a member of the National Authority for the Ladies HAndbag Industrty in 1960 1960NationalAuthorityMembers.