A report on Edith Flagg

Austrian-born American fashion designer, fashion industry executive, and philanthropist.

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Flagg in 2014

Josh Flagg

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American real estate agent, television personality, author and contributor to several real estate publications and news outlets.

American real estate agent, television personality, author and contributor to several real estate publications and news outlets.

Flagg in 2014

On his father's side, Flagg is the grandson of American (Romanian-born) fashion industry executive and designer Edith Flagg, best known as one of the first designers to import polyester as a fashion textile to the United States.

Imperial Chemical Industries

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British chemical company.

British chemical company.

1930s volumes of ICI magazine
Map showing Imperial Chemical Industries sales regions, offices and factories in the United Kingdom in May 1955
A former ICI plant in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, now owned by Syngenta.

The California-based fashion designer Edith Flagg was the first to import this fabric from Britain to the United States.

Waterfall and Al Jolson monument at Hillside Memorial Park

Hillside Memorial Park Cemetery

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Jewish cemetery located at 6001 West Centinela Avenue, in Culver City, California.

Jewish cemetery located at 6001 West Centinela Avenue, in Culver City, California.

Waterfall and Al Jolson monument at Hillside Memorial Park

Edith Flagg (1919–2014), fashion designer and businesswoman.

The Century Towers in 1977

The Century Towers

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First residential project constructed in Century City, Los Angeles, in the U.S. state of California.

First residential project constructed in Century City, Los Angeles, in the U.S. state of California.

The Century Towers in 1977

Those include Michael Douglas, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Burt Lancaster, Lana Turner, David Janssen, Jack Benny, Sebastian Siegel, Diana Ross, Karen Carpenter (who purchased two condos & converted them into her own duplex in 1976), Edith Flagg and Josh Flagg, Ruth Handler (founder of Mattel) and Berry Gordy.