Politics was in fashion in 2017

02/gen/2018 03:30:55 davisyellow Contatta l'autore

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Politics was in fashion in 2017

The fashion search engine Lyst has compiled the Top 10 most-used words in the fashion world for 2017. The top three terms, in order, were “power,” “woke” and “statement.”

Interesting. I would have guessed it would be words such as “stylish,” “chic” and “elegant,” but none of those even made the Top 10. Apparently, the world of fashion has moved beyond these things.

Looking around, it’s clear what became fashionable in 2017 are blatant political statements.

For instance, in the fall New York Fashion Week show, designer Prabal Gurung had models walk down the runway wearing T-shirts with messages such as “Our Minds Our Bodies Our Power” and “We Will Not Be Silenced.” Gurung himself wore a T-shirt stating “This Is What A Feminist Looks Like.”

In Milan’s 2017 Fashion Week, Italian fashion leader Donatella Versace also used her models to make a statement. They had writing on their hats, scarves and shirts, with words like “Unified,” “Courage,” “Strength” and “Loyalty.”

Versace said she was making a comment on the power of women, noting the “world is a strange place at the moment.” Indeed

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