Betsey Johnson

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“When we get back in action, everything will be survival clothing — cheap. You know, one size fits practically all.

Fashion icon Betsey Johnson on being pretty, punk, nothing in the middle

“When we get back in action, everything will be survival clothing — cheap. You know, one size fits practically all.

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