Mark your calendars for the next BadWill Market on March 22nd!
‘The paper dress captured the vibrant, youthful, optimistic and consumerist zeitgeist of 1960s America. The dresses were whimsical, often featuring eye-catching pop art-like patterns, shapes for the customer to crayon in or advertisements. And they were just one of many newly disposable items – like cutlery, plates, pens, lighters and razors – embraced by consumers; the “Paper Caper” sales pitch ran: “Won’t last forever…who cares? Wear it for kicks—then give it the air.’