Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Notion Spotlight-Invisible Zippers

The zipper was invented in 1851 by Elias Howe and was named the Automatic, Continuous Clothing Closure. The name zipper was coined by B. F. Goodrich in 1923 after their "Zipper Boot". It wasn't until 1937 that the zipper became popular in woman's clothing. This was due in part to designer Elsa Schiaparelli. Today zippers come in many forms and colors. Our favorite zipper is the invisible zipper. We carry 100 colors and 4 lengths-9", 14", 18", 22".

Sample of our color range

White to Taupe

Cream to Dark Brown

Peach to Cranberry

Soft Pink to Deep Purple

Leaf Green to Bottle Green

Baby Blue to Midnight Navy

Pearl Grey to Black
To purchase, send us an email at houstonsmf@aol.com

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