But even in London during the New York Mets 2020 the year when shit got real #quarantined shirt and by the same token and blitz, when people were told to wear shiny “blackout buttons” that attached to lapels so the wearer would be visible on the streets during a blackout, Selfridges responded by offering luminous flowers. In the face of rationing, British women, longing for a new dress, made frocks from upholstery fabric and lingerie from repurposed silk RAF maps. Barbara Cartland (fun fact—she was Princess Diana’s step-grandmother) started a service where brides could borrow wedding dresses; Eleanor Roosevelt picked up the idea of a “wedding dress pool.” In Paris, Collette observed women sporting crazy homemade hats—some chapeaus comprised of straw, vegetables, and even upside-down birds—and called this propensity to stick something irreverent on your head emblematic of “a terrible rage to live.”
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