Hanky Panky CEO Donates Collection of 20th Century Propaganda Posters to Barnard College

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Hanky Panky co-founder and CEO Lida Orzeck recently donated a collection of 52 World War I and World War II propaganda posters to her Alma Mater, Barnard College. The collection was amassed by her late father, Dr. David Orzeck.

A selection of 7 of the posters in now on view at Barnard, in Milbank Hall, outside the president’s office.

Read more about the donation and see a selection of the posters in the article “Art in Service of a Cause,” which appeared in the Fall issue of Barnard Magazine.

 

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Over 30 years ago, in 1977, designer Gale Epstein created a hand-made lingerie set for her friend, Lida Orzeck, crafted out of embroidered handkerchiefs. The original designs were the inspiration for the company name, Hanky Panky. Blending traditional with modern glam looks, Hanky Panky is a fashion favorite of countless celebrities.
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