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Perhaps not since Kay Thompson urged fashionistas to “Think Pink” in the musical “Funny Face” have 1950s fashions popped from the screen as dramatically as in “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.” That sartorial verve comes from Emmy-winner Donna Zakowska, an artist who now uses fabric as her medium.
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