The British are coming ... to Glamorama

Macy's annual fashion event is set for August 3 in Minneapolis and the theme will span one ocean and five decades. "British Invasion - the Music Then, the Fashion Now" will look back at 50 years of British pop icons and the fashions they inspired.
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Macy's annual fashion event is set for August 3 in Minneapolis and the theme will span one ocean and five decades. "British Invasion - the Music Then, the Fashion Now" will look back at 50 years of British pop icons and the fashions they inspired.

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