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A fascinating new exhibition reveals a history of cross-dressing stretching back to the 19th century, captured in amateur photographs found in flea markets, junk shops and on eBay.

Fashion as activism: Amna Elshandaweely

Egyptian designer Amna Elshandaweely creates clothes that break stereotypes, reference history and draw from indigenous cultures. Speaking at the Design Indaba festival 2018 and in an interview with CR, she sheds light on the politics of clothing in Egypt and the role of fashion in revolution.

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