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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.
- Gallery: The installation of Pope Francis
When people in power want to project modesty and austerity and show us their down-to-earth sides, they start by making style changes.
- Gallery: Philadelphia Vintage and Consignment Shoppe
The souls of old clothes speak to Johnny Columbo. Delicate 1920s day dresses fashioned from silk velvets and Battenburg lace whisper, "Restore me."