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Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Modular Clothing

I'm not sure if you guys remember the clothing store in the mall called Units.  It was the coolest store back in the late 80's and early 90's.  Later it changed it's name to Multiples.  It was the brain child of designer, Sandra Garratt.

The store consisted of white boxes stacked all on top each other like the ones below.  Then separates made out of knit were all displayed in their own box according to color.  Then all you had to do was mix and match to create lots and lots of different looks.
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It's so true that fashion comes and goes.  So for those of you who didn't know that this fashion trend was already out there - it's called Modular Clothing.  And Sandra has a new modular line that she is working on.  I can't wait to see what she comes up with!

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  2. Fantastic! Thanks so much for being able to answer this question- what was this clothing called?- and provide the backstory. I was about 16-17 years old at the time, and my mom took me shopping here- I have wondered many times over the years what the heck the name of the line was, as it was brilliant!

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