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Friday essay: how 'Afghan' coats left Kabul for the fashion world and became a hippie must-have

By Tim Bonyhady, Emeritus professor, Australian National University
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How an item of traditional Afghan dress became a staple of western “hippie” fashion from the 1960s right up to today.

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