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Inspired by the National Constitution Center's exhibit, "American Spirits: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition," the Greater Philadelphia Tourism and Marketing Corporation (GPTMC) outfitted models in 1920s-era clothing for a vintage-style photoshoot. All of the apparel featured is from Philly clothing boutiques like Smak Parlour, 1600 Below Vintage, Curated Goods, Cultured Couture, and Commonwealth Proper. [Curbed Philly]