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Weekly Digest - Issue #147 - Portugal Textile

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Weekly Digest – Issue #147

Weekly Digest – Issue #147

The Duchess of Sussex embarked on her final round of royal duties with a vibrant wardrobe underlined by the sleek simplicity she has mastered during her time in the spotlight. Whether or not you believe Meghan saved the best dresses for last – a bottle green asymmetrical caped Emilia Wickstead dress at the Commonwealth Day service, a postbox-red Safiyaa gown with capelet feature at the Mountbatten Festival of Music, and a skin-tinglingly good turquoise Victoria Beckham dress at the Endeavour Fund Awards – is irrelevant: Meghan has undeniably modernised royal dress codes. Read more.
That back-to-school feeling is something I haven’t thought about in a long time. From brand new books to freshly shined lace-up brogues and those obligatory logo-emblazoned jumpers (that were always just a little scratchy), the beginning of the school year was a moment to look forward to. Although my school days are now long gone, the recent A/W 20 collections have given me an odd sense of nostalgia, as the runways of Dior, Prada, Lactose and more seem to be pulling their inspiration from preppy school uniforms. Read more.
If you’re reading this while working from home—which many people are, as a precaution against the spread of COVID-19—you might be doing so in sweatpants. The pandemic brings with it a moment of emotional austerity, and it can be easy to think that getting dressed is a pointless or even irresponsible expression of decadence, like Roman patricians indulging in sprawling banquets as the empire crumbles, or Sarah Palin appearing on The Masked Singer. You might feel so low that the desire to put on an outfit, or even “look presentable,” has disappeared completely. Read more.

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