Fashion is becoming less fun.
Fashion is fun and simple. Stop trying to make fashion sound so intellectual, because the greater majority of people only choose to wear clothing because we would be absolutely breaking the law if we weren't clothes. Recently, I skimmed through an interview featuring a trendy streetwear designer and this person said something about "the dialogue between the clothes and the customer." And I thought to myself, "What conversation did I ever have window shopping with a designer at Barney's?" I surely do not consider myself in relation to the designer and the products that are hanging on hangers. Then it dawned on me: fashion is so private and personal, and in this day and age, it's too fucking expensive. Gucci is selling tee shirts for $800 and creating this vicious cycle of "trendy" poverty that I'd rather just spend money with a small, cool designer who needs it to pay their bills. That's what makes retail for me fun- supporting business owners who still have a touch to their products. I can careless about the ideology behind a luxury product that only less than 1 percent of the world will get to wear and "cherish." It bothers me that some blogs and magazines talk about fashion in ways the general public can't really relate to and it's taking the fun out of fashion. Fashion is being wrung out to dry, picked a part thread by thread until it's no longer for the public, a elitist idea that only people who go to "fashion week" think they have power over to control and dictate. Well, how about get a life.