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Fashion show held in the American Cathedral in Paris

The center for the Episcopal church in Europe, the American Cathedral in Paris, played host to an Americana-themed collection last week, hosting the collective known as ‘Vetements’ and their Autumn/Winter 2016 show.

Fifty American flags, one for each state, were hung from the ceiling, and models walked down the aisle as a runway, wearing hooded sweatshirts emblazoned with English phrases, pajama-inspired tops and bottoms, and an assortment of plaid shirts and other, stranger, outfits.

You can view photos of the outfits on Fashion […]

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