Fashion Is The Emotion Of The Masses
“Fashion is not so much the state of style as it is the procedure for putting into effect what one has selected as the state of fashion.” – Alice Graham. (eds.)
“Fashion is essentially a form of personal autonomy and self-expression in a given situation and at a given time, in a given social context and with a given audience.” – Charles Levassecker. Fashion is not just how we dress but the way we dress is the way we feel. “The feeling thus defines the definite attitude, which may be expressed more elaborately.” – Alice Graham.
“If all our conductors and others who classify and appreciate fashion could be equally eminent, there would still be little fashion; for each individual would choose what he wanted to be represented as style, and fashion would lose all its significance.” – James Baldwin. Fashion is not so much the new fashion as the old fashioned, the Renaissance fashion, which each generation develops in its own time and environment: but the two are somehow similar.
“Fashion, like art, belongs to the world of the senses.” – Louis De Bernieres. “For fashion to have meaning, it must be both true and false.” – Sir Walter Scott. “Fashion always appears to the observer to consist in a great number of minute details.” – James Graham Bell.
“Fashion, like art, belongs to the world of the senses.” – Louis De Bernieres. “For fashion to have meaning, it must be both false and true.” – Sir Walter Scott. “Fashion, like art, belongs to the world of the senses.”
“Fashion generally is seen to consist in a great number of minute details.” – Louis Menand. “Fashions change with the passage of time and are affected by circumstances.” – Sir Charles Isham. “Fashion is the study of clothes.” – David Brang.
“Fashion has no philosophy, no set style, no pattern, only the emotion of fashion.” – Paul Cezanne. “We do not need philosophy or a style; fashion is all of these.” – Coco Chanel. “Fashion is beauty reflected, not learned.” – Vera Wang. “Fashion is the real beauties of the world.” – Edith Head.
“Fashion is the necessary link between thought and fashion.” – Sir Peter Coleman. “Fashion is the thing that brings the people to church.” – Will Self. “Fashion is the worship of the poor.” – Louis Addison.
“Fashion is a kind of summary of everything good in life, the height of the vulgar and the lowest depths of the pretensions of the refined.” – Victor Hugo. “Fashion is something new that arrives, like a butterfly, from a beautiful dream, which we vainly try to live up to.” – Sir Walter Pater. “Fashion is something new which everyone does at last.” – Henry Laposse. “Fashions are those customs which the masses of people follow for some time without really considering them because they please themselves.” – Maxim Hulot.