HISTORY OF FGI SAINT LOUIS

CELEBRATING 85 YEARS AS PART OF THE SAINT LOUIS COMMUNITY!

It all began in 1928 when 17 women, gathered by Edna Woolman Chase, Editor-in-Chief of Vogue, met for lunch in a modest midtown New York restaurant. They had three things in common: Each held a job of consequence in the business of fashion, each held all the others in high regard and together they held a belief that fashion needed a forum, a stage, or a force to express and enhance a widening awareness of the American fashion business and of women’s roles in that business.

EVENTS

Membership Benefits

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MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS

  • LEARN
  • INCREASE VISIBILITY
  • CONNECT

MEMBERSHIP SERVICES

  • FGI TREND REPORTS
  • FGI BULLETIN
  • FGI MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY
  • WWW.FGI.ORG
  • THE FASHION GROUP ARCHIVES
  • FGI BENEFITS STYLE

INDUSTRY EVENTS

  • READY-TO-WEAR PRESENTATIONS
  • FGI BUSINESS SYMPOSIUM SERIES
  • FRONTLINERS
  • NIGHT OF STARS
  • FGI RISING STAR
  • FGI Connect
  • EXCLUSIVE MEMBERS ONLY EVENTS

OPPORTUNITIES

  • CONCEIVE AND DEVELOP FGI EVENTS
  • WRITE FOR THE FGI BULLETIN
  • PLAN THE ANNUAL FGI REGIONAL DIRECTORS CONFERENCE
  • CREATE A CAREER DAY FOR STUDENTS, THE FUTURE OF OUR INDUSTRY
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