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"Just as unusual is her devotion to practical sensory design: the idea that feeling good in a garment is just as vital as looking good. Which is why the trends Comey has quietly made into cultural capital—cropped and baggy jeans, cupola-shaped skirting, slouchy knitwear over cinched knitwear—aren’t about elevating sex appeal at the expense of living with ease. For Comey, style isn’t just a garment—it’s how a woman moves, feels, and acts inside the garment. Which is why Comey is consistently quick to dismiss fashion’s sales tactic of youth-at-all-costs, noting that aging women drive much of her design process." - The Radical Generosity of Rachel Comey, Faran Krentcil, Harper's Bazaar