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Dec. 31, 1946.
'H, M_ IHSEN
£2,413,502
FOUNDATION GARMENT
Filed Dec. 20, 1945
ZNl/ENTOR
BY
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Pa'ten'teH‘Dec. '31, 1946
ENT orrlce
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limimimoN GAltMENT
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‘ Hulda M. lhsen; Allentown, Pa.,-’as"signo'r to Charis
" 'Corporation.a'corporation of N ew'York' _
Application December 20, 1945., Serial No. 636,091
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This invention relates to. foundation garments
and particularly to improvements in “all-in-one”
foundation garments where the brassiére member
isnmade inieglakwith. the girdle. member. by alttachl?ent along vertical seams, at the sides but
withoutattahhment along the; bottom front edge
of. the brassiere ‘member.
such garments there are ordinarily a plu
rality of shared elastic andillelasticfabric panels.
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giveyreadily and permit the wearer considerable
freedom and comfort.
When bending forward from the neck or shoul
der _line,rthe short boned members are readily
displaced spatially without placing the boned
members themselves under‘ substantial tension.
In other words, the short boned members are
placed so that they are adapted to lie substan
tiallyun?exed across the body of the wearer .in
which contain spaced boned membersand which 10
such? case rather than to be forced against the .
circumfer'en ' “foundation; garment... Thebras
body of the wearer under tension.
In my invention both elastic and inelastic panel
siereu'memberumthen attached in part to upper
POI?FlnS-Qf such Panels. u?uallyat the sides wherev
the side panels exten lupu'n'trdly,beyondthe front
tion shown, the outer front panels do not con
areyjoinedh together longitudinally to form. the
members may be used. Further,-in the construc- '
tain-boned members but it is possible in accord
ancewith my invention to place some of the short
With ‘the is _ nstryctiop of ‘this invention, how
boned members in the outer front panels and
ever, the‘ front panels ofthe girdle member carry
thereby provide for an additional set of boned
a plurality; of Y Shorter; superimposed: panels at
members in the front of the garment or,-when
tachedlalongwtheir sides sogthat they lie across 20 boned members are set in the outer front. panel,
each '. other inwardly; _over;¢the front portion of
one. ofv the superimposed panel layers may be
the garment’.v These-superimposed panels carry .
spaced'7boned members set in longitudinal pock-.
In the accompanying drawing a speci?c em
ets so arranged that the boned members on each
bodiment of the invention is shown and, of course,_
halfiof a panel layer areparallelto but just o?set 25 variations in- the-construction may be made with
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eliminated.
fromwlcorresponding boned members in another;
panellrlayerw Preferably the boned members in.
each .‘such panellayer are set slightly obliquely
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in the concept of the invention.» a
In the drawing:
Fig. 1 issubstantially a front view of the founa
to the‘ longitudinal axis of the garment so that
dation garment; Fig. 2 is a side view partly in
the boned members onone ‘half of ‘the panel layer‘
section; and Fig. v3 is a back View partly in section
ten'dto converge at- the top -of the garment to
of the front portion of the garment taken sub
wardvthe boned members‘on the other half of '. stantially on the line 3-3 of Fig. 2 except that
the panel layer.
in addition the zipper opening 16 is shown.
With this arrangement" the superimposed panel
In. the embodiment in the drawing the front
layers" are adapted to .act ‘in cooperation with 35 panel member of the girdle member Ill contains
each other and also in cooperation with boned
panels. l2, l4 and 16. Superimposed on the front
members set in the side and back panels. These
panel, member 10 isan intermediate panel layer
latter. members are's'ubvstantially longer than the
I8 and superimposed on the intermediate layer
boned members in the front section and form a
I8 is an inner panel layer 20. Both the inter
continuous boned structure running longitudi 40 mediate panel layer l8 and the inner panel layer
nally ‘from the top to the bottom‘ of the garment.
20 are best shown in Fig. 3. The boned members
The boned members in the front’ section, howe
are placed parallel ‘to but offset from each other
ever, are set in overlapping layers and are dis
on eitherchalfrof corresponding portions of- the 7;
continuous and are particularly adapted to actv
intermediate panel layer l8 and the inner panel cooperatively and independently in molding the
layer was shown at 22 and 24 respectively. In
?gure of the wearer in erect and in forwardly
the preferred construction the front section H]
and sidewardly inclined positions.
does not carry boned members in the seams
The continuous boned members in the back
shown at 26.
section of the garment can be considered as
As shown in Fig. 1 the front section In ex
bracing and controlling members. at all times 50 tends at its center point from a point just below
while the overlapping and discontinuous boned
the bust line downwardly to the base line of the
members in the superimposed layers act as brac
' garment at 28. The intermediate panel’ layer I8 I
ing members when the wearer of the garment is
extends from the top edge 30 at a point below
in substantially erect position but when bending
the bust line downwardly to the bottom edge 32
forward or sideways the shorter boned members 55 of the intermediate panel layer l8 and the inner
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panel layer :29 extend from the top edge 34
downwardly to the bottom edge 36. Both the
intermediate panel layer and the inner panel
layer have substantially the same Widths at cor
responding points and are attached to the outer
front section along the seams 38 and 40.
The intermediate panel layer is preferably
relatively short and so placed in the garment that
in substantially longitudinal pockets so arranged
that the boned members on each half of one
panel layer are parallel to but just offset from
corresponding boned members in another panel
layer, one of such panel layers being relatively
short and so placed in the garment that it ex
tends from just below the bust line of the wearer
downwardly approximately one-fourth of the
length of the front panel, and another of such
it extends from just below the bust line of the
wearer downwardly approximately one-quarter of 10 panel layers beingsomewhat longer and so placed
in ‘the garment that it extends from approxi
the length of the front panel member. The
mately above the waistline of the wearer down
inner panel layer is somewhat longer and is so
'wardly approximately below the groin line of the
placed in the garment that it extends from ap
wearergthefront panel member itself being so
proximately above the waistline of the wearer
cut that it extends at the center front portion
downwardly below the groin line. ‘The front
from a pointintermediate the bust downwardly to
panel member is is cut so that it extends at the
a point beloi'iv‘t'hev hips, and strap members at
center front portion from a point intermediate the
tached at the upper center front portion of the
bust downwardly to a point below the hips. "
front panel member and also attached at the
The strap members :32 are shown attached to
top’ of the brassiére member and being adapted
the upper center portion of the outer front sec
to ?t over the shoulders of the wearer of the
tion it at its extending upwardly on either side
garment and terminating by attachment at the
to the top edge of the brassiere member where the
back of the garment.
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straps are attached at 636 and 158 respectively.
2. A structure as speci?ed in claim 1 in which
The strap member continues on? upward from
this point and forms one leg of’ an inverted V on 25 the boned members in each half‘ of the super
imposed panel layers are set slightly obliquely either side of the brassierexmember, the other
legs 59 and 52 being turned down and similarly
attached at the top edge of the brassiere member.
Adjustable slides 5d are inserted at this point for.
adjustment of the strap members. The Strap
members terminate at the back of the garment
as shown in Fig.‘ 2 at 5B.
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to the longitudinal axis of the garment so that
the boned members on one half-of a panel layer
tend‘ to converge at the top of the garment
toward the boned members on the other half of
the panel
layer.
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3. ‘A structure as speci?ed in claim 1 in which
The short superimposed elastic member 62 lies
across the top of the side panel 64 and- as shown
is set-at an angle relative to the underlying ma
terial-in such-manner that its normal-stretch
follows the angular displacement of the material
the boned members'in the side and back panels
are substantially longer than the boned members
in the front panel whereby they form a continuous
boned structure running longitudinally from the
top to slightly above the bottom of the garment
in contradistinction to the boned ‘members in
the front panels which are so disposed as to be
overlapping and discontinuous with respect to
relativelto the underlying ‘material.
Continuous boned members set in spaced rela
particularly adapted to‘ act cooperatively and in
Elastic gussets 58 and 60 are shown attached.
to the lower edge of the band member and to the
sides of portions of the front panels;
tion in the back and side panels of the garment
are shown at 65, 68,16, 12 and ‘I4.
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A zipper opening 75 may be provided as shown
and garter supports '53 are attached at the base
line of the garment;
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1. In a foundation garment the construction
which‘ comprises a plurality‘ of shaped fabric
panels joined together to form a circumferential
foundation garment,~ a brassiere member at
tached in part to upper portions of such panels
but without attachment along the bottom front '
edge of said brassiére member, a plurality of
boned members set in seams in the back and side
panel members and running continuously longi
tudinally and in spaced relation from the base
of said panels to the top of said panels, a front
portion of the garment comprising a front panel
member and a plurality of shorter superimposed
panels attached to such panel member along its
sides so that they lie across each other inwardly
over front portions of thegarment, the superim
posed panels carrying spaced boned members set 65
each other whereby such boned members ‘are
dependently in molding the body of the wearer
in ‘erect and forwardly and sidewardly inclined
positions.‘
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. 4l. A structure as speci?ed in claim 1 in which
elastic gussets are attached at the bottom edges
of the brassiére member at either side and also
attached longitudinally to side panels of the gar
ment.
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elastic gussets are attached to the lower edge
of the brassiere member at either side thereof
and also attached longitudinally to adjacent
portions of thefront panels, and in which ‘a
superimposed ‘elastic layer is attached to upper
portions of elastic side panels at either side of
the garment such- elastic layer being placed at
an angle'relative to the longitudinalaxis of the
garment so that the line of stretch of said super
imposed layer is angularly disposed with respect
to the line of the ‘stretch of the underlying layer
of
elastic
material.
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