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LIKELY THE OLDEST COLOR IN THE spectrum, red ochre was the first pigment to be used in cave paintings, and it’s been associated with nobility, revolutionaries, prostitutes, and popes. Nancy Reagan called it a “picker-upper,” and Bill Blass agreed: “Red is the ultimate cure for sadness.” This season it goes head-to-toe, on everything from overcoats to

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