FILE - Actress Katharine Hepburn strolls down a country lane on location near London during the filming of their made for TV movie, "The Corn Is Green," in this Jan. 23, 1979 file photo. "The fact that she wore slacks and wanted to be comfortable influenced women's ready-to-wear in the United States," said Jean Druesedow, director of the Kent State University Museum, which was given 700 items from Hepburn’s estate. (AP Photo/File)

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FILE - Actress Katharine Hepburn strolls down a country lane on location near London during the filming of their made for TV movie, "The Corn Is Green," in this Jan. 23, 1979 file photo. "The fact that she wore slacks and wanted to be comfortable influenced women's ready-to-wear in the United States," said Jean Druesedow, director of the Kent State University Museum, which was given 700 items from Hepburn’s estate.   (AP Photo/File)
FILE - Actress Katharine Hepburn strolls down a country lane on location near London during the filming of their made for TV movie, "The Corn Is Green," in this Jan. 23, 1979 file photo. "The fact that she wore slacks and wanted to be comfortable influenced women's ready-to-wear in the United States," said Jean Druesedow, director of the Kent State University Museum, which was given 700 items from Hepburn’s estate. (AP Photo/File)
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