Olga Erteszek, designer and founder of the Olga Company, which makes women's underwear and sleepwear, died of cancer Friday at her home in Brentwood, Calif. She was 73 years old. Olga, as she was known professionally, is credited with several design innovations, including the seamless bra and the nightgown with a built-in bra.
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Olga Lingerie. One of the most recognized brands in lingerie, Olga touts a rich history of bringing style and comfort to women's underwear. Founded in by Olga Erteszek as a girdle company, Olga has been built on the belief that women should have comfortable, well-fitting bras and panties no matter what their shapes and sizes.
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When it comes to intimates and sleepwear, comfort and style share equal importance. Lingerie should make you feel confident with fabrics and cuts that flatter your figure. Sleepwear and loungewear should be comfortable and cozy so you can relax and enjoy a restful night's sleep.
Olga Erteszek June 15, — September 15, was a Polish-American undergarment designer and lingerie company owner. She is famous for her nightgowns with full flowing skirt width and generous sweep. Olga Erteszek along with her husband Jan —a lawyer, came to the United States in
Well, let me tell you what happened. Olga bras are made by the Warnaco Company. Back inthey made the decision to focus the Olga brand on C cup size women and larger.
The reason is that Olga Erteszek, ''the first lady of underfashions,'' as the wall outside her Van Nuys, Calif. You see, behind every Olga, there really is an Olga. The extraordinary success of Olga and Jan Erteszek, whose company has posted record profits in all but a smattering of its 44 years, was recognized in April when they were named co-recipients of the California Industrialist of the Year Award, presented by the California Museum of Science and Industry for their contributions to the free enterprise system.