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Miss Siren was a lingerie company that produced sleepwear and slips. The company was in business at least as early as 1939. In 1944 they made gowns and pajamas from nylon parachutes that had been rejected by the military for having minor flaws.
In the 1960s Arthur Williams was the designer for Miss Siren. The company declared bankruptcy in 1971.
Written by fuzzylizzie
Courtesy of pinky-a-gogo
Courtesy of Alice Carpenter
Courtesy of fast_eddies_retro_rags
from a 1950s slip
from an early 1960s nightgown
from a 1960s slip
from a pair of late 1950s pajamas