A sestina on housing
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"... I have come to believe that male dress was always essentially more advanced than female throughout fashion history [which, according to Hollander began in the 1400s], and tended to lead the way, to set the standard, to make the esthetic propositions to which female fashion responded. ... The history of dress ... so far has to be perceived as a duet for men and women performing on the same stage."
|Street-corner shoeshine stall, Buenos Aires|
|Bust of Eva Peron, The Eva Peron|
Museum, Palermo, Buenos Aires