What is fashion like in Canada?

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The Canadian national costume and clothing has changed throughout the years. Most of the clothing culture of the country has been influenced by British and French designers, though historically many wore clothing made from animal skins. The traditional costume of the area had to meet the demanding temperatures in the northern climate. It was common for people to wear double breasted coats and woolen caps. Leather, corduroy breeches and long coats were common. Today, most Canadian clothing is similar to that of any other western culture.
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