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I can see that. It is presented as an art and then sold as everyday wear.
I don't think that is totally true. However, I am not a fashion expert, so I cannot say for sure.
The trend in models right now is a more natural look. Check out Christian Siriano's show from this month, which used models of all body types, including plus size.
Yes. I will check it out. Thank you.
I see fashion as a practical garment, yet it is flaunted so much these days at fashion shows and award shows. It seems as if it is an art in that retrospect.
What you're describing is clothing, not fashion. Fashion is art. Clothing is functional.
But, one can dress for the day and make it artful.
I like that, thank you. Now, I just need to know how to be a piece of artwork when I dress, seriously.
What does this achieve? If you design/discover the most gorgeous garment and find the perfect body to show it off, what is the benefit?How does this end starvation, stop suicide, or cure cancer? Once you've worn it, what is the benefit of it?
I see your point, but there is a spark of life in art and most fashion shows are fundraisers for the needed or less fortunate.
So then...is fashion art or is fashion entertainment? :) Maybe a little bit of all of these things. Beauty feeds the soul and offers more than what we need to survive. Fashion shows can be avenues to raise money for charitable cases.
Yes. Perhaps, a little bit of both. Still, I could use some pointers.
Wear colors that make your skin tone look "alive" and not pale. Stay away from trendy pieces that will only look good for a season or two. Think classics, in cotton and natural fabrics that fall smoothly and fit well to your body shape.
This is helpful, thank you. I wish I could take you shopping with me : ).