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A designer for women’s fashion magazine Glamour has designed a slide show of what women can wear to parties and other events. 

The slide show, titled “My Women,” was created by British designer Sophie Bauch and features women from around the world and is part of a new series that will launch on June 23.

The slides are being shared on Instagram and on Twitter by the magazine. 

Bauch told BuzzFeed News in an email that the project was inspired by the work of fashion designer and illustrator Louise Arbour.

“In the end, the designers thought it would be funny to make a video of what I thought would be interesting and interesting people wearing the same outfits,” she said. 

“I wanted to show how a couple could wear the same style, but be completely different.”

The designer, who also designed the fashion video for women, says that her aim was to “show women that the way you look is a reflection of who you are, and you can do it anywhere, anywhere.” 

Bamf, who is also an artist, has worked in the fashion industry for over 20 years and says that the fashion world is evolving.

“The last few years have seen an explosion of styles in the way we wear our clothes,” she told BuzzFeed.

“I’ve noticed an increasing number of designers working from a more traditional approach to design, rather than trying to reinvent the wheel.”

“I’m always surprised by the things I see in fashion that are so much more aspirational than the trends we’re used to seeing.”

“For me, fashion is about a lot more than what we wear,” she continued.

“It’s about what we become, what we believe in, and what we want to do.”

The designers say that they’re “not afraid to say no” to a client, adding that they want to “take risks and try something different.”

We have to try something new.””

If it’s not working, we have to make something else.

We have to try something new.”

Bauhout said that the idea for the project came after seeing the new documentary “The Color Purple,” which explores the influence of blackface in British cinema. 

In the film, actor, singer and musician Rufus Hound was shown being beaten and stripped naked in a racist, sexist and homophobic manner by a white actor. 

When asked about Bauhch’s project, the designer said: “The reason I chose to use a black person as the lead designer for this series was because it is the first time that I’m actually seeing a black woman wearing a piece of clothing.

I thought, why don’t I use someone that I can relate to and understand and be a part of the journey and understand what it feels like to be a black female designer.””

It’s important for me to do my part to get this right.”