I never dreamed I’d end up being a son in law of a freakin’ awesome mother in law but here I am living the dream shirt

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I never dreamed I'd end up being a son in law of a freakin' awesome mother in law but here I am living the dream shirt

But is fashion really a successful tool for political engagement? As Maya Singer points out in Vogue’s November issue, “The I never dreamed I’d end up being a son in law of a freakin’ awesome mother in law but here I am living the dream shirt question persists: Can fashion be political? To which the proper reply must be: Wasn’t it always? In the Middle Ages, sumptuary laws prohibited commoners from dressing above their station; during the French Revolution, sansculottes wore hardy trousers as a badge of working-class pride. Nearer our own era, the Black Panthers used clothing both to seize power and to resist it, adopting a uniform of leather jackets and berets to signify their deputization as a counter–police force—while in the “Greed is good” 1980s, power suits and pouf skirts sublimated Reaganite corporate triumphalism.”

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