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by adakallgren on 3 April, 2015

We love this attempt to praise fashion by giving it a bit of context.

On our minds is Icons of Women’s Style, the new book release covering some of the most relevant garments, trends and female fashion icons over the past few decades. Providing a historic context to landmark fashion, this educational piece represents another attempt to praise fashion by giving it a bit of context and a story. A large emphasis has been placed on imagery and the book features some of our favourite muses including Audrey Hepburn, Brigitte Bardot and Jane Birkin. Needless to say we love it and can’t wait to get inspired by the garments, trends and muses that have shown to outlive their native decades. More here

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