When the Duchess of Sussex partnered with fashion bible British Vogue recently to guest edit the magazine themed around forces for change, featuring activists and advocates for all kinds of causes, it was hardly a surprising pair-up.
On the face of it, fashion and politics appear unlikely bedfellows the former is centred on physical commodities and is concerned with personal identity, trends, money and labels the latter is routinely associated with governments but is...
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