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BBC Radio 4 - Thinking Allowed: World Dress

Published: Wednesday 16 July, 2008



Henrietta L. Moore discusses the world domination of the western business suit with Laurie Taylor and Robert Ross. (broadcasted on 16 July 2008)

According to Robert Ross, author of new book Clothing: A Global History, leaders of the most powerful countries in the world have one thing in common: their choice of clothes. Laurie Taylor is joined by Dr Robert Ross and social anthropologist Henrietta Moore to discuss the world domination of the western business suit

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