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On Radical Traditionalism for OVERDUE Magazine

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I am delighted to share with you all a very special conversation which I had the honour of having with my dear friend Kathryn Carter.

'On Radical Traditionalism' for Paris-London based OVERDUE Magazine can now be read online.

I hope you find our conversation interesting and enjoyable.

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Kalaurie

When our ancestors first developed cloth to make clothes to cover our bodies, it was a very precious resource. Clothing was a matter of survival. As life became easier, clothing became more about expression and status, but it remained precious. Back then, clothing wasn’t disposable, it was cared for and repaired until it could no longer be worn. Only in recent history has clothing become so readily available, due to mass manufacturing. But to me clothing is still precious, it’s something that I treasure. I say look after it and it will look after you.


Kalaurie Muse

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