Remembering Denver's Fashion Bar

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I loved Fashion Bar!! Worked there, shopped there. Loved there chain of stores, Stage, Hannah, and many others. I never knew what happened with all the stores closing until reading this article. I was saddened to see it go just like Joslin's, May D & F, Denver Dry Goods, I never knew what caused all of these closings either. It was good while it lasted but still sad to see it go!!

I remember buying the coolest leather Jacket for around $75! I put it on layaway and made $20 a week payments

I really miss the Fashion Bar that was on the 16th Street mall in Denver, near the Brown Palace.

Today wearing a wool houndstooth with Fashion bar label above one interior pocket and Daniel Hechter of Paris above the other pocket. When you could get quality clothes, they could last you a lifetime as this must be More than 40 years old

Today wearing a wool houndstooth with Fashion bar label above one interior pocket and Daniel Hechter of Paris above the other pocket. When you could get quality clothes, they could last you a lifetime as this must be More than 40 years old

I seem to recall they had a store called Prescriptives (?) which had fabulous options for working women. I also remember that someone had painted the dressing rooms in the FB Stage store in Northglenn a dark apple green -- you never looked good in anything with that much acid green surrounding you! Great stores -- wish they were still with us.

My father, Louis G. Cassidy was manager at Fashion Bar in the early/mid 50's. He produced a weekly TV show called Twinkle Toes, featuring children's clothes. My sister appeared often.

The good ole days! I worked there and loved it!!

I was a Manager for FB, and was managing the University Hills Ladies Store during it's remodeling. I had the pleasure of knowing both Hannah and Jack. The coins were for sentimental value only, and not used for purchases. I still have one.

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