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The martial influence on feminine fashion predates World War I by a long shot and the evidence of this is undeniable - military uniforms have served as a muse for many designers for a good while, and there is no sign that it will be letting-up any time soon.

Ripped from a 1918 VANITY FAIR published in a war-weary Manhattan, you will find that the heavy hand of government contractors had made their presence known in the form of billows pockets, self-belted waists, leather puttees, breeches and even puttees.

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International Beastliness and It's Influence on Feminine Fashion   (Vanity Fair, 1918)

International Beastliness and It's Influence on Feminine Fashion   (Vanity Fair, 1918)

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