So my thoughts are that what is causing all the major buzz about nu-rave, pop fashion and cartoon excessiveness is quite possibly, the feeling it gives off. The holding onto youth in these uncertain times. Perhaps me reading into it all on a social context is too much and I don’t deny the clothing itself is not at work here and is not appealing by itself but at the same time, I can’t explaing why suddenly some neon tights have ended up snaking its way into my wardrobe or why I’m loving ‘s own label at the moment. Everything in moderation for me of course. It could be the increased prominence of everything but it could be something a bit more latent than that, something in the psyche of nu-rave.
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Welcome to another episode of Pop Fashion! This week we’re talking about the cost of creating tour shirts. Is the Wild West about to get regulated? We discuss “distressed” and consider the origins of . cracking down on counterfeiting, and we’ve got an update on the in France. Come hang out!