How American Politics Shaped Women's Fashion This Fall

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How American Politics Shaped Women's Fashion This Fall

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In 1936, New York department store Lord & Taylor made news when it offered its female customers a clothing collection inspired by iconic American looks such as cowboy garb and New England fisherman knits. It was an unusual move: Back then, Parisian taste overwhelmingly shaped fashion, even if the clothes were made in the…

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