About Edith Flagg
Fans of the television show "Million Dollar Listing" certainly remember the peculiar Edith Flagg, outspoken grandmother of Los Angeles real estate agent, Josh Flagg. Taking on the identity of a deceased woman, the courageous Flagg escaped the Nazis during World War II, eventually fleeing to Israel and then to New York City. With a move to Los Angeles in 1948, she started her own fashion line, and a 2,000 dollar investment turned into millions, many times over. Flagg's death in August 2014 inspired a renewed interest in her clothing. Fashionistas who lean toward vintage styles from the 1960s may love a shift dress splashed with colorful paisley and floral print, a festive metallic-striped maxi dress, or an elegant linen dress in lime green with a matching embroidered jacket. Considered mod for the time, many of the styles remain in vogue today. Comfortable wrap dresses, original maxi skirts, disco-chic styles, and more give female shoppers a taste of history and high fashion stamped with Edith Flagg authority. Browse the large inventory of Edith Flagg designs on eBay.