White protest ribbons all the rage for chic Russians

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MOSCOW (Reuters) – Fashion-conscious Soviets loved hard-to-find Levi’s jeans in the 1980s, oligarchs of the 90s ushered in a passion for Bentley cars and stiletto heels from Dior, but these days all you need to be hip in Russia is a white ribbon and a little anger. Protesting for free and fair elections has consigned the bling thing to the vintage bin of history for now in Russia ahead of the March 4th presidential elections, which are widely expected to be won by former President and current Prime Minister Vladimir Putin. “All go to these protests. …

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