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January 14, 2014
There was a wonderful woman’s dress shop on Michigan Avenue in the eighties called Forgotten Women. They carried beautifully made clothes by national and local designers, and once a year I would treat myself to a GREAT dress or suit with the excuse that I needed to keep my professional wardrobe classy.
My favorite dress by far was a gorgeous black sheath with a hand-painted blouse on top. It went with me around the country for years and was made by a local designer called Yolanda Lorente.
Flash forward to today. Remarkably I recognized her face in Crain’s and realized that she was the woman who designed my favorite dress AND a customer of our color reprographic services AND the mother of a young man I have known for twenty five years!!
Her story is a real American success story . . . and is now captured on video, click above to hear her discuss bringing on her first client!