Jul 04, 2017 | By Lizzy Bowring
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The Garconne (French for “boyish”) style emerged in the 20s, when women rejected corsets, bobbed their hair, and swaggered about in public smoking cigarettes and wearing trousers. The gender-bending look is back for S/S 13, with little button-front shirts, tailored shorts, and slim or slouchy pants conveying an offhand, bloke-ish elegance. — Sharon Graubard
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