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Long before Billie Eilish, women wore corsets for form, function and support

By Rachel Boddy, PhD Candidate in History, Te Herenga Waka — Victoria University of Wellington
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Billie Eilish received criticism for wearing an 'oppressive' corset on the cover of Vogue. But for centuries, the clothing gave women support in work, and in play.


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