AMERICA: 1950s: A man shows a dress to two retail buyers, who observe and take notes.
AMERICA: 1950s: A man shows two dresses to a table of three retail buyers, who take notes, observe, and converse.
AMERICA: 1950s: A computer punch card reader sorts punchcards into different slots. A print out indicates data read on the punchcards.
AMERICA: 1950s: Various shots of fancifully clothed male and female mannequins in storefront display windows.
AMERICA: 1950s: A cart carrying rolls of fabric. A Sue Brett storefront. Two women sit at a table, inspecting a dress being presented to them by a man in a suit.
AMERICA: 1950s: A woman sketches dress designs on a piece of paper.
AMERICA: 1950s: A woman feeds fabric through a sewing machine. A woman hand sews a button onto a jacket.
AMERICA: 1950s: A rack of men's jackets pulls away to reveal a panel of clothing buyers who look at a dress a man holds up to them. The buyers converse and take notes.
AMERICA: 1950s: A tailor places a dress onto a mannequin and checks it to ensure that it has no defaults.
AMERICA: 1950s: A tailor makes marks on a guide that shows him the standard sizes of fabric cuts for military uniforms.