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Showcasing Louisiana - Seersucker suits have their roots in LA | WAFB - CBS BATON ROUGE | May 2019
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“National Seersucker Day is June 13 and what other brand can actually say that they own a holiday?” said Aronson.

In the past 110 years, there’s been no shortage of legendary figures wearing the suits, from Hollywood stars and political icons, to presidents of the United States. It’s a style that’s gone national and started in Louisiana.

“Louisiana is our home and we are very, very proud of that,” said Aronson. “Haspel clothing are clothes meant for a good time.”

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Kentucky Derby Style For Men | THE MANUAL | APRIL 2019
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It’s practically the unofficial uniform of the Kentucky Derby, not to mention warm-weather dressing in general. While you can always go with the traditional blue stripe (or push your luck with green or purple), we like this neutral “Beignet Tan,” to function as the palette upon which the rest of your Derby Day outfit is assembled. If you really want to knock us out, go for the Magnolia White, but we do realize that’s a scary alternative where cocktails and mud may be involved. Haspel’s suit separates make it easier to find your perfect fit. Once you’ve got it, this combo will be your go-to for summer weddings and dress-up occasions. 

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Haspel To Launch Special Capsule Collection - 110th Birthday | MR-MAG | APRIL 2019
Haspel To Launch Special Capsule Collection - 110th Birthday | MR-MAG | APRIL 2019

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“As an American fashion brand, being able to celebrate our 110th anniversary is a truly momentous occasion,” says Haspel CEO and fourth-generation owner, Laurie Haspel Aronson. “Haspel clothes were made for a good time and we know how to celebrate big moments like this. We know both young and old will join us as we look ahead to the next hundred and ten years.”

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