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From fetching sailor suits to caricature pirate outfits, British fashion has a long-established love of all things ship-shape. As a sailing nation, for hundreds of years the Royal Navy has been a symbol of national pride. To celebrate its place in British fashion, we’ve taken a look back at the history of maritime clothing.
Sprawling desert vistas, tense gunfights, twanging guitars and good, bad and ugly cowboys have set the standard for the popular perception of the West. But the American West hasn’t necessarily remained wild. Cattle rustling and train robberies aside, the ideals, aesthetics and mythology of the West are still hugely prevalent in modern culture.
Marlon Brando, Steve McQueen, Ryan Gosling. It’s not just a list of people you wish you could be, it’s also a list of people who, over the last 70 years, have immortalised the bomber jacket in their own respective right. In their own ways, they have played a crucial part in the fashion history of the wax bomber jacket.
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