Fashion-something I could adhere to if I was challenged enough. I love the colors and designs. I really like the sport pant and tops, and the different style of clothes. Many people who buy clothing to wear in a particular style at first, end up wanting that designer brand because of style, comfort, familiarity. What's fun to watch is that show where designer's make something from scratch and the panel votes on the winner. I also like to watch the styles of clothes from youtube videos. As far as public, our school once had a fashion show and it was successful. Its very entertaining.
I think the masses of people simply go along with what they are supposed to think is entertaining, although it could be worm racing. They are simply completely mind-controlled thoughtless lemmings who grasp at whatever garbage is put in front of them. They have no thought of their own basically, so they adopt the mainstream one given to them through the mainstream media and culture. This could be fashion, or it could be killing Christians in the Coliseums.
by Hui (蕙) 7 years ago
There used to be a theory about fashion period, which is about 70 years, i.e. fashion design is a spiral rising. In another words, clothes several years ago are old-fashion, but those changed based on styles several decades years ago or even the same styles are fashion. What do you think?
by ReadMyLipsFASHION 7 years ago
So, I read magazines, go online and go shopping quite a lot, but staying in fashion is VERY expensive... I know this is a bit impossible to have both, but how do I keep fashionable whilst keeping the spending costs low?
by Brian Slater 5 years ago
At what age do you stop following fashion and start buying for comfort?
by stacies29 9 years ago
If you missed the finale here is a recap. It was quite a show and very entertaining.http://hubpages.com/hub/Kris-Allen-Wins … l-Season-8
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