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Until recently no fashionista would be seen dead in seasonal patterned knitwear, but now the kitsch style is a must-have for designers and celebrities alike.
Does this explain some of the outfits I've seen on TV recently? Were they being worn "ironically"? Or were they truly being worn to honour aunties and grannies in the bravest possible way?
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