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Robin Givhan, Senior Critic at The Washington Post, gives a deep dive into Queen Elizabeth’s influence on fashion over the decades and how it was linked to her reign as monarch. She also says that her appearance resembled a uniform meant to convey intimidation and allow her to be seen by the public.