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British Vogue 'Real Women' Issue Inspired By PM Theresa May

November's issue of British Vogue has ditched the models in favor of “real women”—and it was partially inspired by Theresa May’s jazzy, leopard-print shoes. Editor Alexandra Shulman said she commissioned the project because she felt strongly that professional women, or women in positions of authority or power, should be able to indulge their interest in fashion. Using British Prime Minister Theresa May as an example, Shulman said women should not be afraid of using fashion to stand out.
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