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26 June 2020 • By Chantal Fernandez
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Chantal Fernandez and Robert Cordero
After more than a decade of toil, American designer Telfar Clemens was finally poised for mainstream success, with a hit bag nicknamed the ‘Bushwick Birkin’ and a cultural message ripe for the times. Then came coronavirus.
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