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Elizabeth Wellington

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Elizabeth Wellington has been The Inquirer's fashion writer since December 2002. She believes that great fashion is for all people, not just the rich and wealthy. She has an eye for the new, the unusual and that which suits us all.

Designer Patrick Kelly wowed Paris in '80s, but died too young in 1990.
Back in the day, there was so much shouting, dancing, and testifying on Patrick Kelly's Paris runways, it seemed as if the audience, the models, and sometimes even Kelly were about two seconds from catching the Holy Ghost.
Gallery: Patrick Kelly: Runway of Love at the Art Museum
Spring scarves: a stylish security blanket
Pharrell's 'Happy' crazy goes high fashion
The joyful craze started with the catchy little ditty called "Happy" that pop star Pharrell Williams wrote for Despicable Me 2.
It's time to start thinking about your summer wardrobe
Shop warm weather looks at the NoLibs Spring Sidewalk Sale
An interview with Neiman Marcus fashion director Ken Downing

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