How The Handmaid's Outfit Became A Symbol Of Protest
The red cape and white bonnet have become recognisable symbols around the world, even if you’ve never read Margaret Atword’s “The Handmaid’s Tale” or seen the TV adaptation. As the anticipated sequel, “The Testaments” hits the shelves, we take a look at how the iconic handmaid's outfit has become a symbol of protests around the world.
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