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The 2017 Richmond Fashion Issue 

Yves Saint Laurent at the VMFA, Mayoral Fashion, What Richmond's Wearing + More

click to enlarge A paper doll as assembled by Yves Saint Laurent, circa 1950. Dolls cut from magazines and glued onto cardboard; garments made of paper cutouts, ink, watercolor and gouache.

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A paper doll as assembled by Yves Saint Laurent, circa 1950. Dolls cut from magazines and glued onto cardboard; garments made of paper cutouts, ink, watercolor and gouache.

Hot Take: A Look at Richmond Street Fashion Heading Into Summer 2017

The VMFA Goes Haute Couture With a Trailblazing Exhibition on Yves Saint Laurent

Mobile Clothing Boutiques Search for Their Niche in Richmond

Fashion on a Dime: Five Tips For Spring Thrift Shopping

Politically Dressed: Where Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney Buys His Suits

A New Fashion Exhibit at the Valentine Takes a Glimpse at Richmond's Most Notable Arts Patrons

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