Judging a Book by it’s Cover: The Authenticity of Fashioning Politicsby Dan Bennett
Both fashion and politics have been inextricably linked since biblical times, when prophets laid out dress codes separating saints from sinners. However, let’s not go that far back in time. In the 1960’s political developments affected fashion in various ways; black civil rights, women’s liberation, gay rights, and freedom of speech to name a few. […]
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Why kids of 2017 need John Lewis’ gender-neutral clothesby Helen McCarthy
The nation’s favourite middle class pilgrimage site, John Lewis, announced a range of children’s clothes labelled for both boys and girls last month. Rather than dividing the genders up with a big pink and blue wall, they want to avoid the gender stereotypes that permeate pretty much every product aimed at children, making everything a […]
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