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Today, fashion and architecture both involve thinly clad bodies

A few months ago I wrote here about the extent to which fashion, a self-styled industry that is really little more than a craft, was getting so small that all its famous designer names were being taken over by big retailers. Worse still, I thought, was the way that these monopolistic retailers were starting to buy up architecture too, as a fashion accessory.

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