Smooth but not stellar adaptation of Weidman's novel, which later went to the Broadway stage as a musical and served to introduce Barbra Streisand to a waiting world. In this version Hayward is a model in a dress house on Seventh Avenue in New York. But she has aspirations far beyond the
modeling ramp and decides to use her designing abilities to open her own company. To do this, she raids the firm she's with and steals Dailey, their best salesman, and Jaffe, the overseer of manufacturing. They pool their money and begin making clothes. Hayward is all business and tougher than the
average Seventh Avenue shark, but Dailey falls in love with her despite that. Sanders...