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Oliver E Dial: Method and apparatus for selecting a wearable to match an object. Triliance Corporation, Reising Ethington Barnard & Perry, July 16, 1996: US05537211 (51 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for selecting wearables, such as cosmetics and clothing accessories, which match an object of interest, includes control logic for selecting an appropriate wearable based on a metric determined by light reflected from the object. Light is transmitted by an input device which a ...


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Swett James B, Smith Sidney Z: Travel tie hanger. Dart, July 13, 1971: US3592343 (42 worldwide citation)

A travel tie hanger constructed in a manner to provide a convenient and accessible means of storage for not only neckties, but also cuff links, tie tacks, belts, tie clasps and other men's clothing accessories.


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Geoffrey B Rhoads: Electronic commerce using optical input device. Digimarc Corporation, Digimarc Corporation, November 15, 2005: US06965873 (41 worldwide citation)

Sensing of machine readable indicia associated with a catalog permits on-line ordering of merchandise. A profile of user-specific data (e.g., clothing sizes) can be employed to customize the transaction. Sensing of such indicia on a garment tag permits a collection of complementary clothing or acces ...


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James A Larson: Hanger valet. Palmatier Sjoquist & Helget, June 18, 1996: US05526968 (28 worldwide citation)

A hanger valet for storing clothing accessories such as ties, belts, braces, and jewelry such as cufflinks on the same hanger with a given suit, thus allowing coordination of the accessories with the suit. The hanger valet comprises a suit hanger, a valet portion with a number of tie keepers, belt/b ...


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Joseph Hollingsworth: Clothes mannequin garment hanger. Erik M Arnhem, September 14, 1993: US05244131 (28 worldwide citation)

A clothes mannequin is formed out of a rigid flat core panel sandwiched between two surrounding layers of soft resilient foam material, such that the mannequin is relatively light weight yet resistant to bending, twisting or breaking apart. A suspension hook has a swivel connection with the core pan ...


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Charles E Benedict, Judith B McGinnis: Clothing accessory rack. Benedict Engineering Co, Dowell & Dowell, September 20, 1988: US04771899 (25 worldwide citation)

An accessory rack for storing a plurality of articles such as wearing apparel or clothing accessories including jewelry, scarfs, ties, belts, chains, handbags, beads and the like and which includes a plurality of generally C-shaped hooks which are suspended from a telescoping housing so as to provid ...


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Pamela B Baron Pearson: Interchange snap-on adornments for fashion accessories. Robert M Downey P A, January 11, 2000: US06012203 (22 worldwide citation)

An assembly includes a socket member, a post element, a stud member, and a decorative element. The socket member is secured to a fashion article, such as clothing, accessories (e.g., belts, hats, purse, shoes, etc.) or undergarments using the post element. The decorative element is secured to a fron ...


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Glen Ronald: Modular panel for fabricating clothing and accessories. Vancouver, Anthony R Lambert, January 14, 1997: US05592691 (21 worldwide citation)

A modular panel is described which has a flexible planar sheet form body with peripheral edges. Zippers are positioned along each of the four peripheral edges. The zippers along the peripheral edges of the body enable the peripheral edges to be mated with each other or other bodies to form articles ...


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Linda Bevolo: Multi-purpose pin for supporting jewelry or clothing accessories. Michael F Heim, October 20, 1992: US05156023 (21 worldwide citation)

A multi-purpose pin which supports jewelry and clothing accessories to the clothing, hat or hair of a wearer. The multi-purpose pin comprises a hoop with fastening means for attaching to the clothing of a wearer. A bar divides the interior portion of the hoop into a plurality of areas, through which ...


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Gregory R Lisciandro, Stephanie C Lisciandro: Childcare vest. August 22, 2000: US06105170 (17 worldwide citation)

A childcare vest is comprised of a central portion and first and second wing portions, each having, inner and outer surfaces. A first plurality of pockets is fixed to the outer surface of the wing portions where individual pockets are sized to accommodate childcare items, including baby bottles, ute ...



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