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Fashion magazines are an essential component of the fashion industry. They are the medium that conveys and promotes the design’s vision to the eventual purchaser. Balancing the priorities has led to the diversity of the modern periodical market.
A fashion photograph is, simply, a photograph made specifically to show (or, in some cases, to allude to) clothing or accessories, usually with the intent of documenting or selling the fashion. Photographs of fashionable dress, in existence since the invention of photography in 1839, are not fashion photography.
Fendi is a synonym of fur and revolution, two apparently contradictory concepts. Having accepted the idea of mass consumption, Fendi attempted to provide furs for women of every social position, or nearly so, demystifying the luxury connotations that have always characterized this type of garment.
The term “fashion icon” has recently replaced the slightly antiquated notion of “fashion leaders.” During the second half of the twentieth century, fashion became less hierarchical, more meritocratic, and media-dominated.
The fashion industry is unique from other fields of manufacturing in that it is ruled largely by the same intention as its end product change.
Because the design and retailing of fashion is a global phenomenon, it should come as no surprise that learning institutions around the world prepare graduates for careers in the international fashion industry.
JOY Men Division has been open for 18 years, and we just opened JOY Women 4 years ago. I believe though that when they opened they just liked the freshness of the name and the meaning of the word... “Joy” is a very beautiful thing, and we have always liked the name!
The title “fashion editor” evokes images of fashionable women, those arbiters of style and taste, who pronounce and decree what’s new and what’s next. They’ve appeared on stage and screen — from the indecisive Liza Elliot of Lady in the Dark (“the circus cover or the Easter cover?”) to the very decisive Maggie Prescott of Funny Face (“Think pink!”).
A fashion designer is responsible for creating the specific look of individual garments— including a garment’s shape, color, fabric, trimmings, and other aspects of the whole. The fashion designer begins with an idea of how a garment should look, turns that idea into a design (such as a sketch), and specifies how that design should be made into an actual piece of clothing by other workers (from patternmakers to finishers).