Dreamy examples from the runway, ‘Star Wars’ trends, and a new exhibition show how fashion is escaping raw, modern reality for the realm of fantasy.
Raquel Laneri is a writer and editor in Brooklyn, NY. She has written about culture and fashion for Newsweek, ELLE.com, Forbes, and The New Inquiry, among other publications.
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