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The laziness that creates fast fashion

How ‘The Patriot Act’ made me dust off my fashion design skills

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“Life is too short to wear boring clothes.”

This is a sign that I had on the walk-in closet of my bedroom. And I lived by it. I’m the child of a woman who has more than 15 closets full of clothes and at least 400 pairs of shoes. She is…

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Let’s chat about my oddball thoughts on family, relationships and activism — with a dose of comedy, too.

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Shamontiel L. Vaughn

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