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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The hit TV show The Crown is being upstaged by a real-life drama: the Sussex Royals — Prince Harry and Meghan Markle — are stepping back from the Royal Family.

Harry and Meghan: New Hollywood Royalty?

The hit TV show The Crown is being upstaged by a real-life drama: the Sussex Royals — Prince Harry and Meghan Markle — are stepping back from the Royal Family.

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In the 1960s, few fashion designers were pushing the envelope like Rudi Gernreich.

Fearless fashion designer Rudi Gernreich gets his due

In the 1960s, few fashion designers were pushing the envelope like Rudi Gernreich.

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3D printed crowns are up against bejeweled crowns. Men will steal the limelight on the red carpet.

Dressing up, on and off screen

3D printed crowns are up against bejeweled crowns. Men will steal the limelight on the red carpet.

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