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Edie Parker New Bags Politics Trend Pussy Grabs Back

But what happens when it becomes a fashion accessory? From the Dior tee emblazoned with We Should All Be Feminists, the title of Nigerian writer Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s best-selling book, to Gabriela Hearst’s sweaters embroidered with the design of a half ram/half uterus whose sale benefitted Planned Parenthood, to Gloria Steinem sitting front row at Prabal Gurung’s latest runway show, the fashion industry has fully reveled in wearing their politics on their sleeve to various degrees of success. But just like with any trend, the longer things are around, the more the message gets muddled. After all, should you really be using a social cause as the driving force behind the sale of a product?

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