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AJ's Hattie Hartman defies Olympic ban in protest dress

The AJ’s sustainability editor Hattie Hartman has been handed the protest baton from RIBA president Angela Brady by wearing the now-famous dress defying the Olympic marketing ban

Brady first wore the controversial gown at the Name Drop event at Portland Place where she and Peter Murray unfurled a banner naming all the architects involved in creating the venues, temporary structures and accommodation for the London Games in defiance of the controversial marketing gagging order. Hartman wore the dress to the Olympic site, along with a hat fashioned with images of Hopkins’ Velodrome.

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