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Gabriela Hearst is dressing women for a new era of political power

Fashion designer Gabriela Hearst wants to make clothes that become hand-me-downs, not castoffs. Foto: Photo for The Washington Post by Ben Sklar Gabriela Hearst and the Diana handbag - named after Diana Ross - in snake. Foto: Photo for The Washington Post by Ben Sklar Gabriela Hearst, center, works at her studio and showroom in New York. Foto: Photo for The Washington Post by Ben Sklar In December, now Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., wearing a MaxMara coat, mastered the art of dressing for a political knife fight. Foto: Jabin Botsford Gabriela Hearst at work in her New York office. Foto: Photo for The Washington Post by Ben Sklar Gabriela Hearst sells her handbags directly to customers, which decreases the company's consumption of natural resources, while producing the same revenue. But it means slower growth. Foto: Photo for The Washington Post by Ben Sklar

NEW YORK - Suits don't usually cause a stir, but this one did - in part, because it looked so sharp and snazzy...

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