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Latitudes: Global Catwalk

Latitudes: Global Catwalk

 

From high fashion to high-tops, on this week’s episode we talk about how the world creates, sells and wears clothes.  What’s stylish in the Middle East? We’ll hear about lingerie in Saudi Arabia and an up and coming Iraqi designer — but we’ll also hear about suffering in the name of fashion and beauty in Ghana and in Turkey. On this episode of Latitudes, we’ll take you on a global catwalk, talking about fashion and style in all corners of the world.

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