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Labor Day Edition! 10 Narrative Films About Garment Workers (and why there aren’t many more than that)

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Making Fun of Fashion: Subjective and Non-Comprehensive Thoughts on the 1990s, Irony, and Deliberately Ugly Street Style

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Comfort Makes Me Uncomfortable: Why We Love To Hate The Maxi Dress

A recent spate of digs at this fashion trend has been making me uncomfortable. See for example this by John Oliver (funny) or this on Jezebel (less funny/misfired satire?) (But props to the author for citing Heather Vaughan’s excellent history … Continue reading

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