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Fashion designers are rediscovering the charms of all things bucolic

[Traveling in Style | The Goods]

Dress for the West

Fashion designers are rediscovering the charms of all things bucolic.

Talbot Runhof

When Standard Oil heiress and fashion icon Millicent Rogers moved from New York City to Taos, N.M., in 1947, she found a new kind of luxury, a combination of simplicity and rustic adornment that epitomizes Southwestern style to this day.

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