May 2013
New Zealand Apparel;May2013, Vol. 46 Issue 4, p5
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The article reports that an archaic law that prohibits women in Paris, France from wearing pants to ensure they could not be mistaken for male revolutionaries in the French Revolution in 1979, was revoked at the request of French Senator Alain Houpert.


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