Mary-Kay Wilmers and Rosemary Hill join Joanna Biggs and Tom Crewe to talk about the state of our clothes. Anne Hollander once wrote in the LRB that ‘clothes exist to remind the self of the body, and to create a worldly body for each person’, and our guests use this as a starting point to discuss how we try to use clothes to reveal and conceal things about ourselves.

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