Whether it was Marilyn Monroe in the 1950s or Kylie Jenner from present day, there is always someone that is inspiring young women and their appearance. Ladies like Marilyn and Kylie are appealing to men. It seems that most men like women with flawless images. At an early age, girls strive to look good, fit in, and even mimic famous beauties. Personally, I have always wanted to look and sound like Carrie Underwood.
It should not limit society to seeing one image although, people may only want to view one image. Great variety among models would prove to young women all sizes are beautiful and allow them to grow higher self esteem by seeing women who look similar to them pursuing a career in beauty. Modeling should show developing girls that all sizes are perfect and they can always be
In today’s society, many companies are setting unrealistic beauty standards. Between modeling and photoshop, women take it upon themselves to look a certain way. This includes having no blemishes, maintaining perfectly white teeth, acquiring no wrinkles, being the perfect height and weight. Surrounded by all of those measures, there is the possibility of women’s self esteem dropping. Of course, on top of achieving these goals, many females feel that makeup is an essential part to feeling good about themselves and fitting in.
Flawless aesthetics is a goal that many individuals strive towards, women especially. In recent years, American society has been making efforts to subdue this trend. The revolutionary movement teaching individuals that they are beautiful in their own way is diminishing the negative attitude towards natural beauty. Through social media, celebrities and even cosmetic companies this mentality is being practiced around the globe. It convinces people that makeup and artificial alterations are not necessary, and current makeup trends reflect this approach.
1 - HUsh They 're a clothing brand targeted at women of most age ranges who like fashion but aren 't a slave to it, who wish to look good but don 't want to invest ages doing this, who wish to be comfortable however, not at the trouble of style. They also believe that feeling good is really as important an integral part of looking good as the other way around, so they always walk out their way to place a laugh on that person through those little details that basically do change lives to all of the days. Their target has never gone to be the largest, but it is definitely to be the best (or at least the best they can be) in the expectation that better means bigger in a manner that bigger seldom means better. So every season even as they grow
lt was important to my topic as Simon does cover Chanel 's rise to fashion and her impact on the fashion world. However, much of the book concentrates on Chanel 's love life, and does not give enough information on her skill and dedication to fashion. Still Simon 's opinion on Chanel 's legacy is well worded and helped me a great deal in understanding what she brought to women 's clothing from 1910 onwards. As my theme includes Chanel 's rise to fashion, the first few chapters in particular were important in my research. She spoke of Chanel 's beginnings as an entrepreneur and businesswoman, and used well researched archival resources.
REFLECTIVE JOURNAL Yuliya Borodavkina// FS 2 1415 Gender Ambivalence as a trend. The world's main trade show of man's fashion, Pitti Uomo, has recently become not only a source of various inspirations and stylistic ideas for the women (as it has always been), but also a source of the new brilliant brand discoveries, and what is interesting – their men's lines. There is one trick, known since the times of Gabrielle Chanel: if the texture allows that, mensclothing (the real one, but not the adpated versions) will look hyper sexy and refined on a womans body. Now from a stylists “choice” it becomes a real trend. It could be that androginity, having been always somewhere around for about already 30 years
With so much attention drawn to them at anytime, celebrities are always seen as having the perfect hairstyle, outfit, and make up. This greatly influences the fashion industry. Clothing sold in many department stores often try to imitate a celebrity’s look. Some celebrities even get the chance to have their own fashion line in chain department stores like Wal-Mart. Many girls who strive to always keep up with the current trends are often victims of falling for a celebrity’s look, no matter how ridiculous it may
They become so influenced by the glamorous lifestyle, to the point of being empowered to imitate their ways. Take for example Kim Kardashian, an American reality television personality. She rose to fame from constantly exposing her body to the public’s eye. In this way, she has empowered some women to be like her, to gain a certain amount of fame and popularity by following in their footsteps or taking similar paths. She influences young women in particular to expose and embrace their body, to accept the wearing of corset to achieve that coco-cola bottom shape body so much that many are willing to get plastic surgery to fit within this category.
For my shoot, I took inspiration from various magazine photoshoots that have dressed female celebrities in, typically 'male ', suits. This ideal is becoming more and more popular as society becomes more open minded, and I know some would argue that the models have no choice in what they wear, but Emma Watson wore a full suit to and event, out of her own free will. I wanted to focus on this topic because, I feel, that it doesn’t get as much consideration as it should. The media is constantly creating articles of men focused make up lines, and Jaden smith wearing skirts etc which is absolutely wonderful, and I fully support all this admiration and focus that that subject is getting, but we should also address the suit issue. Women in suits should be as normal as men in suits, but somehow its used as a provocative statement and is almost taboo to wear out in the real world.