Bronwyn Cosgrave

fashion historian and co-host of the podcast “A Different Tweed”

Author of “Made for Each Other: Fashion and the Academy Awards”, co-host of the fashion podcast “A Different Tweed,” and luxury brand consultant

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Fearless fashion designer Rudi Gernreich gets his due

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