“why fashion repeats itself”

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Jump up ^ Sherman, G., & Perlman, S. (2010). Fashion public relations. New York: Fairchild Books. In Cassidy, L. & Fitch, K. (2013) Beyond the Catwalk: Fashion Public Relations and Social Media in Australia, Asia Pacific Public Relations Journal, vol. 14, No. 1 & 2, Murdoch University.
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When A$AP Rocky broke through, he made a pitch to the fashion world: will you have me? His lyrics insisted that he was in possession not only of the right swag (“Raf Simons, Rick Owens usually what I’m dressed in”), but also a connoisseur’s eye (“I see your Jil Sanders, Oliver Peoples / Costume National, your Ann Demeulemeester”). Overtures are one thing; having them reciprocated is another – yet designers have since clutched Rocky to their bosom. These days, the Harlem rapper is as at home on the front row as he is behind a mixing desk, with a JW Anderson collaboration and Guess capsule range to his name. More significantly, in 2016, he was anointed a face of Dior Homme, the first black person to front the label. So how did he penetrate fashion’s inner sanctum? Simple: his personal style was as bold as his songs proclaimed. Whether it was his early street goth phase – essentially, head-to-toe Black Scale – his esoteric-haute-couture period or current somewhere-in-the-middle sweet spot, he has always committed wholeheartedly to streetwear trends while taking some notable risks in the process (looking at you, dress-length shirt). “I swear we gon’ have drama if you touch my tailored garments,” he raps on Live.Love.A$AP. No doubt. Charlie Burton, Senior Commissioning Editor at GQ
Technology has made us comfortable with sharing everything, from late-night parties to relationship status; with tweeting thoughts in the middle of the night (if you are President Trump) or snaps of yourself in your lingerie (if you are Kim Kardashian); with the idea of dating on television for all to see. Ms. Greene said the move to dress in the opposite direction was in some ways “a reaction to that — almost the anti-Kardashianization.”
Description Tapered slacks with fun patterns and matching separates became more and more popular for teens and girls and drop-waist dresses with sailor-like bow details also popular. Colorful plaids and bold striped patterns were seen on skirts and dresses for all ages.
Mr. Weinstein was also a regular at the Met Gala, which has been co-chaired by Ms. Wintour since 1999, and at the Council of Fashion Designers of America awards. (In 2016, there were plans for the Weinstein Company to produce a television special on the CFDA awards, but it fell through, Mr. Kolb said, when they realized that the event was not paced for television.) Mr. Weinstein appeared in front rows, including those of Marchesa, Dior, Louis Vuitton and Burberry.
Washington’s permaclass of wealthy Georgetown-establishment socialites has always ruled the roost on D.C.’s domestic front. The older rich ladies are the keepers of the social rulebooks—and the keepers of all the best HUMINT (human intelligence) and RUMINT (rumor-based intelligence) in town. These are the Mean Girls who make or break political aspirations, who get to wear big hats at polo matches, make disparaging comments about social climbers, and police the actions and/or styles of younger, more fertile women.
Toddlers sometimes wore padded pudding caps much like modern crash helmets to protect their heads if they fell. Most small girls and many young boys wore stays, especially with dress clothing, since it was believed that stays supported the back and encouraged proper posture. As late as 1771, Williamsburg milliner Catherine Rathell advertised “thin Bone and Packthread Stays for Children of three Months old and upwards.” Not all children, particularly those of the laboring classes, were put in stays, however.
The secret to Ryan Gosling’s style is also the secret to his success – he never seems to try too hard. After all, being stylish is like being funny: it doesn’t work if you force it. From his indie breakthrough Half Nelson to breakout hit Drive, to this month’s Oscar-favourite La La Land, Gosling has carved out a career by following the maxim that no acting is too dramatic that it can’t be done with the corner of one’s mouth, and the possible furrowing of one’s brow. His style follows suit: it’s caring without caring too much. There’s the evening outfits accompanied by velvet slippers (managing to be both formal and flippant); the knowledge that suits come in more than three colours (he’s rocked everything from an olive to a burgundy, while also aware that if your suit shouts your shirt should whisper); the ability to roll up a sleeve way past all the way past one’s elbow (managing to be both smart and rakish); the understanding that a haircut can be a thing that a man decides on, rather than a project that always requires an update (a left-to-right swish that has never really been fashionable, and has therefore never been out of fashion either). Or, finally, that scorpion-emblazoned bomber jacket – the one Gosling himself would never actually wear, because that would be trying too hard. Stuart McGurk, Senior Commissioning Editor at GQ
Jump up ^ Parker, Christopher J.; Wang, Huchen. “Examining hedonic and utilitarian motivations for m-commerce fashion retail app engagement”. Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management. 20 (4): 487–506. doi:10.1108/JFMM-02-2016-0015.
A new wave of British leading men means there’s more tux talent on red carpets right now than ever before – and even in such a sartorial shark tank, Tom Hiddleston out-dresses them all. Unlike many of his contemporaries, Hiddleston doesn’t grasp for our collective attention by going for garish colours or cornea-assaulting patterns, but instead through his meticulous attention to detail. His go-to navy or charcoal tailoring and midnight blue, peak-lapel dinner suits might mean that he’s one of the more conservatively dressed of the current crop of A-List film stars, but he will always find a way to inject personality subtly through a cool geometric tie or detail like a tab-collar shirt. And it’s not just about the colour of the suits he pulls out of his wardrobe before his press rounds, it’s also about the suits – this is a man who clearly takes the time to get his tailoring actually tailored before he wears it for the first time, meaning he rarely suffers from trouser legs pooling around his ankles (a plague that afflicts many young actors in an age of one-night-only PR samples). At a time when most men in the pop culture public eye choose outfits that shout loud, his style proves that wearing outfits that whisper can still mean you’re the most eye-catching dresser in the room. Nick Carvell, Associate Style Editor, GQ
ONE morning in the fall of 1956, in a salon at 12 East 57th Street, the eminent American couturier Charles James presented his first children’s-wear line to a group of editors that included Diana Vreeland. Sherry and cookies were served, and with a sense of camp that preceded Marc Jacobs by 50 years, Mr. James had ladies in nurses’ uniforms bring out the tiny garments.

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  1. Furthermore, political revolution also made much impact on the fashion trend. For example, during the 1960s the economy had become wealthier, divorce rate was increasing and government approved the birth control pill. This revolution inspired younger generation to rebellion. In 1964, the leg-baring miniskirt has become a major fashion trend of the 1960s. Given that fashion designers began to experiment with the shapes of garment, loose sleeveless, micro-minis, flared skirts, and trumpet sleeves. In this case, mini-skirt trend became an icon of the 1960s.
    Famous for its creations in polycarbonate, the Italian brand Kartell recently added to their range of imaginative toys a line of doll houses quite different from what we’re used to seeing around there.
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