Howard makes clothes for men who make babies

Howard was a New York clothes store for men. The theme of their 1966 ad campaign was that they made clothes for virile men.

The ad claiming that they made clothes "for men who make babies" was refused by every New York paper except the Times, which ran it once, and then never again, due to a complaint from the "Improvement of Advertising Content Committee".

New York Times - Mar 4, 1966



NY Daily News - Mar 3, 1966



NY Daily News - Mar 24, 1966

     Posted By: Alex - Sun Oct 24, 2021
     Category: Babies | Advertising | 1960s | Men





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