In 1960, The 'Victor Glee Club' - a club of amateur singers made up of Victor Division employees in Camden, NJ. faced the largest battle of their modest singing careers; a company 'battle of the bands' between the boys and girls was set to occur at the famous Victor Trinity Recording Studio (the same studio where Fats Waller, Jelly Roll Morton, Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Louis Armstrong, and Walt Disney had recorded years earlier). Cheryl Anne, the leader of the girls singing group was nervous to sing in the famous recording studio - after all - she was a marketing executive! She hatched a plan to outdo the boys by sheer force of will; she gathered the sewing staff and managed to get them to agree to use excess branded fabric the company had lying around from tradeshows to produce 25 'Nipper/His Master's Voice' skirts in time for the battle! The girls won, and the rest is history!
Inspired by this touching story, The Victor Company has produced a reproduction of this skirt in our new 'Victorville Collection®' of apparel.
The soft fabric and flared cut of this skirt are just a few of the reasons why it's bound to become a favorite in your wardrobe. The flattering silhouette looks great on any body type, and thanks to the elastic waistband, you'll feel extra comfy.