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Cambridge Literary Festival - Alexandra Shulman: Meanings of How We Dress

Cambridge Literary Festival - Alexandra Shulman: Meanings of How We Dress

Sunday 19 April 2020
TTP Stage - Cambridge Union Chamber
CLF - Alexandra Shulman: Meanings of How We Dress

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Alexandra Shulman was British Vogue’s longest serving editor, and it’s safe to say that she really understands clothes. But not just the latest fashions or styles – it’s what our clothes mean to us and how they weave in and out of our lives that really interest her. Her wonderful tour of the wardrobe – from Chanel jacket to crisp white shirt to little black dress – is a must for all those interested in the secret language of clothes.

In conversation with Alex Clark, journalist, critic and broadcaster 

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1 hour

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