Fashion

These are all poems about fashion based on real news stories and headlines.

The Economist -December 8-14, 2018

“The way people dress has changed,” says Serena Rees is a stalwart of the industry.… “People don’t want boobs up under their chin or things pressed or pushed in.”

Lingerie fashion change has set this test:
Can Victoria’s Secret stay abreast?

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The Wall Street Journal – November 10–11, 2018

Brands are offering a wider variety of flats than ever, elevating what once was a casual work alternative or a commuting shoe to one that’s acceptable for more formal social occasions.

What’s that sound? Delight or squeals?
Heels high as the sky, now down at the heels.

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The Wall Street Journal – October 13–14, 2018

If you’re like most American men, your closet is a blur of beige, black and navy: a bit dismal and decidedly out of date. Color is ruling again, and even a small dose can lift your look – and you’re out of luck.

If this trend is true.
HUE are you?

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The Wall Street Journal – September 20, 2018

In the old days if you were wearing used clothing you were poor…  Today platinum fashion brands sell blue jeans in every state of distress.

The ‘linguistic’ approach to money mintage:‬
‪Take OLD CLOTHING – call it “Vintage.”‬

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The Wall Street Journal – September 20, 2018

It should come as no surprise that modest fashion has an increasing following of non- Muslim buyers, women who are no longer wish to let it all hang out.

Has T&A‬
‪Had its day?‬

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