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June 15, 2014                                    Issue # 363

                              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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Chrystal Bougon, plus-size advocate and founder of the only lingerie store in the country for curvy women, is joining experts from PLUS Model Magazine, TRUE Model Management, Monif C and The Curvy Fashionista for a panel discussing the future of the plus-size industry at Full Figured Fashion Week this week. 
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Baci Lingerie’s new line of bedroom costume-inspired hosiery, Dreams Hosiery, met positive reviews at the 2014 X’Show, held at TVK T-Module in Moscow May 30 – June 1. The Dreams Hosiery showcase display, presented by Baci’s Russian distribution partner, Kema, was a hit with retailers and consumers alike throughout the three-day weekend.
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8th Annual Underwear Affair Raises Half a Million Dollars for the Alberta Cancer Foundation
2014 event draws over 800 participants to run, walk or complete challenges in downtown Calgary in support of breakthrough research and the discovery of new cancer therapies at The Tom Baker Cancer Center and 16 other cancer centers across Alberta.
The 8th annual Underwear Affair announced over 800 participants raised over half a million dollars for the Alberta Cancer Foundation to support breakthrough research and the discovery of new cancer therapies at The Tom Baker Cancer Center and 16 other cancer centers across Alberta. Participants raced, walked and completed challenges through downtown Calgary wearing underwear and outrageous costumes to raise funds and drive awareness for cancers that occur below the belt.
"We extend our gratitude to all the incredible participants, volunteers and their extended networks of family and supporters for helping to make the 8th annual Underwear Affair a success," said Myka Osinchuk, Chief Executive Officer of the Alberta Cancer Foundation.
"Every day, 43 Albertans hear the words, 'you have cancer.' These are our friends, our loved ones, and our neighbors. We act everyday on behalf of those Albertans, and the over half a million dollars raised will allow the Alberta Cancer Foundation to boldly invest in things that matter most to patients and their families - faster diagnoses, better treatments, an enhanced quality of life and improved outcomes," added Osinchuk.
The Underwear Affair took place at the Calgary Curling Club and participants chose to complete a chip-timed 10K race, 5K walk or series of challenges called "The Booty Hunt". Local residents gathered along the route at public cheer stations and the event wrapped up with an after-party, where participants enjoyed hot meals, beverages, music and an evening of dancing.
"My girlfriend Shannon and I have participated in the Underwear Affair for the past two years, but this year I will be representing the two of us as Shannon is battling stage four colorectal cancer," says Dan McNeil, from Calgary.
"The effect that cancer has on the patient and their families is something that we are all too familiar with. However, we also see and hear all of the progress that cancer research has made over the years and want to contribute to the fight against below-the-belt cancers to continue the hope of ending cancer," McNeil added.
In 8 years, The Underwear Affair in Calgary raised over $5.9 million for the Alberta Cancer Foundation, and funds raised support advances of discovery and comprehensive clinical trials programs, to allow patients to be amongst the first to access new therapies and early screening programs.
The Alberta Cancer Foundation announced the 2015 event will be held on June 6th and encourage everyone to register.
"We hope everyone in Alberta can join us for our 9th Annual Underwear Affair next year in Calgary. Register now at  or call (403) 269-3337," added Osinchuk.

To register, donate or receive information about the 2014 Underwear Affair, visit  or call (403) 269-3337.
ABOUT THE ALBERTA CANCER FOUNDATION: The Alberta Cancer Foundation aims to improve the lives of Albertans facing cancer by boldly investing $120 million in cancer research, prevention and screening and enhanced care by 2017. Through this strategic approach, we will bring the newest discoveries and deliver results to Alberta's cancer patients faster. Visit 



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