Topics: Fashion design, Fashion journalism, Fashion Pages: 6 (2280 words) Published: February 28, 2013
. I think fashion is exciting for the same reason why engineers are eager when they make better robots and develop faster computers or scientists that are delighted to know that they have a new lead to cure a disease. Think of all the hard work they do, the impossible people they have to collaborate with, the time spent and finally BOOM! they have one of the best search engines online or a new piece of evidence why brain cells work the way they do. And it all started out with an idea to innovate something, to create something great. The same goes for fashion. The tremendous thought the designers put into their clothes, models perfecting their struts and poses, photographers taking beautiful pictures, magazines that contribute by putting it in front of customers, and the manufacturers and hair and makeup artists: everybody comes together just to make something a reality. Whether a whole line of clothes or even just one shoe, so many people work hard to make it happen and that’s what I love about fashion. And fashion isn’t just something girls like, it’s not as silly and insignificant as many people are made to think. I defend the industry because it’s one of the biggest in the market and it supplies thousands of people with jobs. This all helps the economy through the good times and the bad. The fashion industry also donates tons of money to help people around the world. Fashion is really something. The industry is powerful, influencing, economic, and full of energy which is why I love it so much. I’m not saying scientists and engineers or whoever are boring or worthless either. What I’m trying to say is that I carry the same passion they do except in a different field. And there’s truly nothing wrong with that, as long as you enjoy what you do.

I love fashion because it is like an extension of my personality and what kind of mood I'm in. It can tell people to back off and leave me the hell alone, or it can invite people in and show the softer side of me. Fashion gives a certain amount of freedom to people and allows them to be who they want to be.

Plus most of the time it just makes people look so damn pretty

I've been waiting for a topic like this! I honestly don't know why I love fashion. I've just had so much passion and respect for it from a young age. I remember being around 7 and watching Tim Blanks talk about Dior Fall 2002 Couture on FashionFile. I had no idea what he was talking about, but I was mezmerized at what I saw. It was like my small world was blown up. I don't know if I I'll pursue a career in fashion. Maybe one day my passion will die down and I'll come back into reality. It's an incredibly large industry, so many want to be apart of it, and a select few make it. My love for fashion is still as strong as back then, even if the fashion world has become more business, then art. As Karl Lagerfeld said, "Fashion is an injustice, just because you want to work in the industry, doesn't mean it's going to happen".

because for me its a part of my life and happiness. It makes me smile, inspires me, gives me a hope for better life, opens my eyes, makes live my dream... Fashion is the chance to be like everybody and the one at the same time.

I suppose for me the thing that I love most about fashion is what it ultimately seeks to do; make life more beautiful than it is by making people look and/or feel more beautiful than they otherwise might. There's something so idealistic about fashion in that it visualizes things in the best possible light. But there's also that part of fashion that seeks to challenge beauty, to change the collective eye and propose new ideas of what beauty can be. And unlike any other art form, the beauty that is often created in fashion is completely fleeting, it's a moment. At it's best it burns brightly and quickly and can never be duplicated. That ability to change, to constantly renew itself is probably what makes fashion so intoxicating. I love that you can look at one...
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