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Black Fashion History: The Battle of Versailles

Remember, remember the 28th of November, “a forgotten moment in fashion history.” To set the scene; on the night of November 28,1973, five of the best French designers came head-to-head with five of the...
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Black Fashion History: Ebony Magazine

Ebony Magazine. A name that carries weight, both in the curation and cultivation of black history. Flicking through archive print copies of the magazine from this millennium, it’s hard not to be overwhelmed with...
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Black Fashion History: Ann Lowe

Ann Lowe, a black couturier, (born 1898, raised in Clayton ,California), shaped American Culture and Fashion History. Her one-of-a-kind designs pioneered a legacy for black designers in America.
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Black Fashion History: Ozwald Boateng

Ozwald Boateng (Born in 1967, London) is a British-Ghanaian Designer and tailor known for the transformational impact he has had on classic British Menswear fashion.