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What is the Spiegel catalog?

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The Spiegel catalog is a print and online shopping catalog that features Spiegel apparel and home decor items. The catalog is printed twice a year with spring/summer and fall/winter editions.

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The Spiegel brand was founded in Chicago, Ill., by Joseph Spiegel in 1865. Originally, Spiegel specialized in indoor and outdoor home goods products. Ladies fashion apparel was introduced to the Spiegel line in 1912, offering sensible, yet fashionable clothing for women as they evolved from being homemakers to working outside the home. According to Spiegel.com, by 2003, Spiegel catalogs were being sent to over 10 million women each month in the United States.

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