- 1975: unlisted
- 1974: unlisted
- 1973: 5 baby girls named Trevira
- 1972: unlisted
- 1971: unlisted
What inspired it?
Trevira polyester, like Qiana nylon, was one of the branded synthetic fabrics that became trendy during the 1970s.
Trevira was created in Germany in the late ’50s, and by the end of the ’60s could be seen in American retail advertisements that touted the arrival of “The Trevira Era.”
It seems that Trevira hit peak usage among consumers in the early-to-mid ’70s, when it was used to make 1970s fashion staples like flared-leg trousers.
What are your thoughts on the baby name Trevira?