Text of press release: : "Sports Illustrated Design Awards, 1963(Designer of the Year Bonnie Cashin)Bonnie Cashincs way with leather is hers alone. Here, slim pants in sand suede. The top, alternate bands of sand and gold suede. Both silk lined and feeling and moving like a kitten. (Bonnie Cashin for Sills & Co. Pants about $65, top about $90.)FOR RELEASE: WEDNESDAY, Y 1st, AND THEREAFTEREXCLUSIVE - IN -YOUR-CITY"
Text of press release:"EXCLUSIVE TO YOU IN YOUR CITYA flingable, swingable poncho which you throw on for all kinds of mild weather duty, year round and world round.A Bonnie Cashin design for Philip Sills & Company, this exclusivelydesigned imported wool tweed mantle is signatured with pheasant blue leather bindings, and emphatic long tweeded fringing.The matching pants are lined with silk with the same pheasant leatherserving as waist band.The hooded jersey blouse is also a Bonnie Cashin design for Philip Sills & Company.A dashing note is the cavalier gauntlet gloves, another Cashin design for Crescendoe.No. 281.2 - Poncho. Approx. $170.00.No. 2833 - Pants - Approx. $90.00. Sizes 6 to Th-.Available in your city."
Text of press release "Bonnie Cashin’s seasonless layered concept that is wearable, travel—able and packable, triple components, produced by Sills & Company.The sleeveless shell coat in buttery suede is lined with a silk and wool p pouri tweed in a graphic design from the Cashin palette of color tones. It is worn over the matching dress/coat, traced with suede and has an elongated suede belt to wind about the waist Grecian— godess style. This versatile design can be worn as a dress by itself, or as a coat over, perhaps, a hooded jersey sheath with long, skinny sleeves.No. 77L14 — Sleeveless shell coat — Xsmall, small, medium — $265.No. 3967 — Dress/Coat — Sizes 6 to lL — $225.No. 3093 — Hooded Jersey dress — Sizes 6 to l4 — $120.AVAILABLE IN YOUR AREA."
Text of press release: "Bonnie Cashin designates her new collection for Philip Sills & Company as a“non- seasonal spring,” thereby translating her design philosophy that clothes should go beyond fashion, and should prove a certain kind of joy in thewearing -- regardless of current fads or fancies.According to Bonnie Cashin, a suit is a collection of parts to be suitable in.For this two-piece non-tweedy-type suit, she has selected an English wool and silk fabric in clear white and blue. A special feature is the detachablecrisp pique collar that makes a definite statement, with tracings of white leather outlining the jacket.The skirt hugs the hipline and then flares out into a swingy, pleated swirl.The shoulder bag is Coach Leatherware’s carry-all, also designed by BonnieCashin.Suit - No. 3736/6)4.72 - Sizes 6 to 11i. - $200.00.Available in your city."