Deep in the annals of fashion, somewhere between the era of bustles and corsets and that of bra-burning, lies a dark secret. It seems that with the advent of mechanization a nefarious group of greedy clothes designers and manufacturers got together in secret to come up with standardized clothing sizes for women. To do this they recruited a young woman named Barbie from the small, rustic town of Red Branch, Nebraska to be their model for average sizes.
Barbie was built, as you might guess, just like a full-sized Barbie doll. To wit: there was as much chance of Barbie’s Continue reading