Le roi de la fermeture-éclair

N.Y. Times, A life in Zippers.

Then came the Sept. 11 attacks. “They couldn’t get their goods in,” he said. “That was the end of the business.”

But not for Mr. Feibusch, a prewar refugee from Vienna who overcame not just the Nazis but also Velcro, and opened his business on Dec. 7, 1941, of all days.

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