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Inside the Summer 2014 issue:
- Bronwyn Cosgrave delves into the history of the white wedding dress, and explains how it developed in accordance with society and the significance of its design.
- Hannah Betts asks herself why the marriage-averse woman should care about the wedding dress in the modern age… and reveals how the garment has haunted her life.
- Benedict Burbridge examines activism, design, the connections between the two, Disobedient Objects, the V&A’s exhibition on the subject – and its implications.
- Susan S Bean takes us through the rich and sometimes turbulent life of twentieth-century Indian painter MF Husain.
- Lucy Pearson tackles the questions: who is Jacqueline Wilson and how did she become such an extraordinary success?