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fashion and its bodily function

Dressing is the fourth bodily function. After breathing, eating and sleeping - and excluding a couple of delicious extras - one of the fundamental pleasures of the human body is to clothe it. Which makes fashion - it's  closest relation - pretty important.
The history of fashion touches everyone in its orbit. It runs far, far deeper than hemlines, silhouettes and colours. It is intrinsically caught up with social mores and mood changes in everything from food mannerisms, music and sex. It lives and exists not only as one of the most ravishing and compelling of entertainment but as the surest indicator of time. 
Linda Watson - Vogue 
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