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Harriet Hall is Whitewall’s London Art Correspondent. She is a freelance Art and Fashion writer, published in a number of publications, including InStyle magazine, Marie Claire Runway and Oh Comely. Having graduated from a bachelor’s degree in Art History at the University of Manchester in 2010, Harriet went on to study a master’s degree in the History of Dress at The Courtauld Institute of Art, London. She has given lectures at the Victoria and Albert Museum, Hyper Japan and The Whitworth Art Gallery and freelances for the BBC, working for programmes including Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour. You can find her on Twitter @Harri_Grace or Instagram @harrigrace11.
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