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Published Tuesday, January 28, 20 | By PaulvHill

contributed by Ronna Fleischman In America, styles tend to come rapidly into vogue, then disappear just as quickly as they came. But fashion as an expression of self is intrinsically connected to elements of the American experience, from the economy to pop culture, religion, politics, and social status. From our Nike’s to our Levi’s, what we wear has, for centuries, spoken volumes about who we are and what we want. Style carries a certain social meaning because American culture has long placed great significance on individualism and public image, and image has long been intertwined with the American capitalist economy. Read More 

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