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Jerry Beck
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Baci Lingerie Donates Over 5000 Under Garments to 
Career Wardrobe
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Tia Lyn's Curvy Catwalk
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Fab Foundations:
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Ann Nahari Unveils Hollywood Glamour Inspired 
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July 1, 2014                                    Issue # 364

                              Intimate Apparel

    Jerry Beck
It is with great sadness that Charades announces the passing of its founder and guiding spirit Jerry Benjamin Beck.
Jerry was born in Spokane, WA on 11/19/1943 and moved to California in 1969, where he founded an apparel company called "Collars and Cuffs". Jerry soon migrated to the Halloween industry and introduced some of the earliest textile costumes for Halloween. Jerry continued to design and create new trends in costumes as Halloween continued to grow and evolve until it became the industry that we know today. 
Jerry founded California Costume Collections in 1991 and finally in 2000 partnered with Rubie's Costume Company to introduce the rebirth of CHARADES COSTUMES to the industry.
Anyone who met Jerry immediately realized that they were talking to very unique individual.
Jerry was the epitome of a self made man and one of the "True Icons of The American Halloween Industry" Jerry was a unique individual who possessed a seemingly endless knowledge of every single facet of the Halloween costume market. From inspiration, conception, design, construction and even marketing, Jerry really knew it all. I think that if you looked up the word “Garmento” in Webster’s dictionary, you would probably find a picture of Jerry Beck to define the meaning of the word. 
Jerry was the type of man who always "said what he thought and thought what he said".
Jerry never hesitated to explain why he was right and you were wrong no matter if you were a vendor, a customer, a buyer, a student or a college professor of costume arts. 
At Charades, Jerry nurtured and trained a staff dedicated to his traditions and who shared his vision of design and manufacturing quality. This staff is led by Jerry's wife of many years, Ms. Jamei Beck (Purchasing and Sourcing) Charlie Santilena (Sales) Belinda Toro (Operations) Alma Hernandez (Administrations) and Sayra Cisneros (Production). We are all deeply saddened by the passing of our founder, while at the same time we could not be more proud of what he has accomplished. The staff at Charades is united in our determination to continue Jerry’s tradition of quality design and manufacturing which he established as the centerpiece of the Charades’ reputation. 
Jerry, a true Icon of the Industry; was a mentor to many, a husband, a father figure and a friend. He will be greatly missed by all of us, but his legacy and traditions will live on. 

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Tia Lyn Lingerie made their first appearance at the final Full Figured Fashion Week, held June 16-21, 2014. The fashionable lingerie collection is made up of the Core, Essential, and Vintage Collections that cover a range of full busted sizes from S-3. 
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Baci Lingerie Donates Over 5000 Under Garments to Career Wardrobe
Baci’s Commitment to Charitable Outreach Assists Philadelphia’s Disadvantaged Women Gain Independence & Confidence!
Baci Lingerie donates over 5,000 assorted bras, panties and other garments to Career Wardrobe. The donation has a retail value of over $158,000 and will assist the organization help women in need by providing professional attire, a network of support, and career development tools to promote economic independence.
Baci Lingerie owner Frank Koretsky says, “Career Wardrobe is a wonderful organization helping Philadelphia’s disadvantaged women. Baci is committed to empowering woman all around the world, and supporting organizations, such as Career Wardrobe, is extremely important to our ongoing philanthropic mission. I hope our actions inspire others to support organizations directly and positively impacting the lives of women everywhere.” 

Founded in Philadelphia in 1995, Career Wardrobe is a not-for-profit organization offering services to disadvantaged women in Philadelphia, designed to help its members find jobs and remain employed. The organization provides a continuous system of employability support, meeting the needs of women as they transition into the workforce and begin their working lives. 
Career Wardrobe’s programs start by assisting women with the interview process, and continue by helping women develop skills needed to become valuable employees and retain employment. Its Dressing and Image Consultation Program is the entry point, providing women with the resources they need to increase self-confidence and prepare them to market themselves in their job search. Other services include resume review and interviewing skills classes, and its Gateway to Success Job Readiness Course, an ongoing educational and networking support for continued growth and development. These services round out the technical skills learned in job training programs by addressing the skills that are absolutely vital to succeeding in a career, such as communication, problem-solving, and interpersonal relationship-building.

Career Wardrobe Program Director Caitlin Day says, "Women come to Career Wardrobe to get ready for their interviews. We provide them with a suit, blouse, accessories, shoes, and a handbag to help them look and feel their best. Now, thanks to this generous donation from Baci Lingerie, we are able to offer the ladies who come to Career Wardrobe the essential building block of any well-dressed woman - a quality bra and panties. Many women come to us looking not just for professional clothing, but also for some important ‘me’ time, where she can feel pampered, even for just a little bit. Being able to offer Baci Lingerie to the ladies is just another way to give them some well-deserved pampering!"
Career Wardrobe serves clients mostly by referral from approved organizations such as public welfare, independent job training agencies, domestic violence shelters, homeless and housing programs, and government officials’ sites. Those individuals who do not qualify for a referral may utilize Career Wardrobe’s services for a full year through its Individual Membership Option, which requires a minimal donation of either $20 or $10 and 2 hours of volunteering. 
Baci Lingerie is committed to philanthropy, social consciousness, and charitable outreach. Baci Lingerie has raised thousands of dollars for the Eileen Stein Jacoby Fund for breast cancer. Baci also participated in the 2013 Revlon Run/Walk to raise awareness and funds for cancer research and treatment, and has donated bras to charitable organizations around the world. Baci’s international partners work harmoniously to streamline philanthropic endeavors and global vision. The synchronized network carries the Baci brand and philosophy to all territories simultaneously, allowing Baci to embrace and encourage the beauty of women throughout the world.
Baci’s support of organizations assisting women in need is an ongoing mission by the brand. From over 15,000 bras to international organization The Bra Recyclers, over 1,300 bras to Dress for Success’s Los Angeles location, over 5,000 bras to African and South American non-profit Free The Girls, to now its donation to Career Wardrobe, Baci’s charitable outreach is deeply motivated by its desire to empower and encourage women around the world. Baci’s donation of over 1,000 bras to XO Oklahoma, to assist victims of tornados in Moore, Oklahoma last year, also offered much-needed healing and recovery for women affected by the disaster.
Career Wardrobe relies on financial contributions, in-kind donations, and volunteer efforts of individuals and companies who are committed to helping women take charge of their lives. Visit the organization’s Donation and Volunteer pages to learn how you can get involved with Career Wardrobe. The organization’s boutique, located at 1822 Spring Garden Street, as well as its online store, also offer additional ways to support Career Wardrobe’s efforts.
About Baci Lingerie: 
Baci Lingerie, which derives its name from the Italian word "kisses," is a celebration of strong, confident women. The brand first made international headlines during its public debut in 2010 at the International Lingerie Show in Las Vegas, Nevada and at Paris’ 2011 Salon de la Lingerie Show. Baci’s exquisite fabrics and styles compliment every woman, enhancing her innate and unique sex appeal. Popular collections like White Label, Dreams by Baci, Corsets by Baci, Fetish by Baci, After Dark Hosiery, and Baci Eyelashes continually evolve, while the inclusion of plus sizes encourages women of all shapes and measurements to embrace their sexy side. Promoting confidence and empowerment, Baci Lingerie continues to “Celebrate Every Woman.” For more information, visit  
About Career Wardrobe:
Since 1995, Career Wardrobe has served women in Philadelphia with the clothing, career skills, and confidence necessary to transition to work. In that time, the organization has helped nearly 75,000 women on their journeys to independence. More than 70% of its support comes from private sources including individuals, corporations, and earned income. Having the support of Career Wardrobe is a critical element in employment success for low-income women who have limited resources and an ever-decreasing network of supportive services. In 2011, 85% of women responding to Career Wardrobe’s follow-up surveys reported that they were no longer receiving cash assistance within 6 months of their appointment because they were working. The impact of this on the Delaware Valley economy — to the tune of $1.2 million in savings for taxpayers on public cash assistance benefits alone — cannot be understated. For more information, including how to donate, visit  
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For international inquiries and information on becoming an exclusive Baci Lingerie distributor, contact: 
For general Baci information, please contact:  818-783-6300
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Tia Lyn's Curvy Catwalk
Tia Lyn is to showcase her holiday collection on the catwalk this summer in New York. On July 15, the Curvy Catwalk will start at 9pm in the Sky Room.  
Tia Lyn is known for its use of delicate and innovative fabrics, contemporary designs and fit —  every style is offered in curvy sizes S, M, L, 1, 2 and 3. Her signature style is a flirty and feminine selection of mix and match camisoles, slips, chemises, and panties. Tia Lyn's vintage inspired lingerie always has a delightful modern twist.

Event Details:
Date: Tuesday, July 15
Time: Doors Open at 7:30, 
Fashion Show starts at 9
Location: Sky Room 
330 West 40th Street, 33rd Floor 
Dress Code: Dress to Impress

Produced by
: Hillary Flowers 

Established in 2001, Tia Lyn is one of four brands Tia Lyn is one of four brands operated by Golyta International – iCollection, Hauty, Tia Lyn, and iBasic Intima. Golyta International is a Los Angeles-based intimate wear company that ships to retailers and corporate accounts in the United States and to over twenty countries overseas. The company has roots in apparel design and manufacturing for three generations, and believes in operating business under the principles of integrity and customer satisfaction.
Retail buyers can view the entire Tia Lyn Collection at Interfiliere Paris Lingerie Show, Curve NY, Curve NV and The International Lingerie Show (ILS). Please visit to view the interactive catalog and additional information.

Stay tuned for the McPeteSez video coverage of the Tia Lyn fashion show and behind the scenes.

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Win an iPad From Blush Novelties at ANME 
Blush, the fastest growing adult novelty toy company in the industry is giving away a brand new iPad at the upcoming ANME show. One lucky qualified buyer will win the newest iPad just for stopping by. 
Just stop by the Blush booth 15-16 in the Tent, sign up for the free newsletter and leave your business card to be automatically be entered to win. It's quick, easy and free to enter for qualified buyers. 
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