Are we becoming more concerned with following "trends" than creating our own?
I have started to notice the amount of articles and advice on what current "trends" and the poplular idea / style / thing to do is. I have noticed a rise in this with marketing and promotion. I do pay attention to what is "hot" and "popular" in the moment. Are we, as a society becoming more concerned about what people want vs. taking a chance and having original ideas / concepts / designs?
It depends on the person I suppose. Some people are followers, and some people are leaders. The leaders are going to be the ones to come up with new trends and other stuff, while the followers are going to feed that trend and make it more popular as they use, or wear, that specific trend.
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