The clothes make the year: In 2018, style revealed the best and worst of who we are
2 monthes ago - By Think Progress
If you wrote the story of this year in a fiction workshop, your classmates would ream you out and your professor would flunk you. The plot is too hard to follow, the characters are caricatures, the setting makes no sense, and the weather is gross. What could possibly be a useful organizing principle for a year this chaotic and incoherent?
Style. Through attire so attention-grabbing it could set off its own news cycle, America revealed itself.
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