? Do you think that fashion is oppressive to women ? and men ? or should we celebrate it as a source of fun and self-expression?

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    Jul 24, 2010, 05.54 AMby sew4my3

    “Fashion,” in and of itself, is something we all have, defined by a combination of our personal tastes and our cultural era.

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    Nov 11, 2010, 06.36 PMby magdamagda

    I guess how you see depends on where you look from…

    from a more or less “consumer’s” point of view it can look opressive, but even then what you want to see influences what you see..cause I think nowadays there’s enough variety to match all tastes and figure types, so if it appears to look opressive, you need to look further, there’s always something “especially for you” out there in the trends and who better to seek and find then yourself?:) so instead of pointing the finger put on your goggles:D

    from a designer’s point of view, of course, it’s a source of fun and self-expression:) and that’s enough to keep one happy regardless of the “market” reaction… “getting it out” of yourself feels like liberation… this two things the creation and the reaction never meet in reality, it’s a narrow perspective that they do, the scale is too large and dynamic and the reasons for making and judging are rarely the same … but we all love to trace intersection points and have an opinion abt it, and that’s fun too:) so, whatever works;)

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      Nov 12, 2010, 01.55 PMby sew4my3

      Nicely said!

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