item 9 - Helen O'Hagan interview, 1989 November 29

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Helen O'Hagan interview, 1989 November 29


  • 1989 November 29 (Creation)

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Helen O’Hagan was the vice president and director of public relations and special events at Saks Fifth Avenue. Part of her job duties involved staging fashion shows, organizing special SFA USA charity events: SAKS Spotlights top American Designs, and assisted with the introduction of top designers, and traveled to Europe to cover ready-to-wear and culture collections. She would make personal appearances with designers, working with small launches, and opening new stores. Retiring in 1994 she directed the opening of 47 Saks Fifth Avenue stores.

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  • Legacy audio ID no: AOH110_1 and AOH110_2

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