Women’s rights and fashion: A history
“Clothes aren't going to change the world, the women who wear them will.' So said the inimitable fashion designer and empowered businesswoman Anne Klein. Indeed, the history of women’s rights is replete with women using fashion to not only empower themselves but also to spread awareness about women’s rights. Since the beginning of the era of women’s liberation, empowered females have used fashion to change the world.
So, exactly how has fashion changed women’s rights?
In this article we take a look at the intertwining histories of women’s fashion and women’s rights to see if women can wear fashion that changes the world.
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