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The Personal Politics Of Fashion With Robin Givhan

Making it in the fashion business isn't easy. It requires talent, start-up capital and visibility. And even if you do launch a successful business, staying on top isn't a given. Kojo talks with Pulitzer Prize-winning fashion critic Robin Givhan about the evolution of the red carpet, the first lady's status as a fashion icon and the personal politics at play in the industry.

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