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January 21, 2018

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October 31, 2016
A designer who changed the way women dressed around the world. LIZ made career clothes that were fashionable and colorful. I loved her clothes and wore them frequently. A ICON in the fashion industry who's name will always be in highlights. RIP
September 7, 2014
An incredible talent and classy lady! God Bless You
April 2, 2012
As one of the first female engineering associates (design eng) at one of my first drafting jobs in a Steel Workers plant in PA circa 1980, We (Men and I) would take turns each day to carry a packet of specifications through the plant to a special press machine. I know this may offend some libbers but.......most days I dressed like the guys in blue slacks and a blouse, very professional! But - On my day to walk through the plant I had 3 cute classy Liz skirt sets. A navy with tiny white flowers top and matching - above the knee skirt, the kind that rises when you spin, was my favorite. On entering the huge manufacturing area and walking down the safety isle the men would all start howling whistleing, you could hear the steel banging and 'klanging', it certainly seemed to make their day. Some wmn might be offended, but being slightly underdeveloped on top with great legs , that skirt suit made me look fabulous. And the round of applause I would get made me feel like miss america, Really. Just yesterday I was spring cleaning in th ceder chest and discarding the old. But once again that blue skirt suit (now 4 sizes too small) was carefully placed back in the Boscovs bag and ceeder chest along with the fondest of memories. Thank you for that Liz, and I'm sure the long gone steel workers would thank you too. It brought a little brightness to a usuialy dirty hot hard days work. Thankyou Thankyou Thankyou.
April 1, 2012
"For ms. Liz" For any interview that I went on I always had something of ms. Clairborne on and would get the job, and complements on what I had on. She will be truley missed, for us single women who she made her fashion affordable, and to all her fans that she gave special attention to.
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