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In Worn Out This Week: Margie Brzezinski and 1978

Kelly O There was so much going for 1978. Tab. Warhol and Jerry Hall. Saturday Night Fever and disco sun rays and pale pink fancy cocaine. Marti Jonjak writes about the Seattle designer who brings it all into the present, Margie Brzezinski.
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