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This research is based on what fashion means to people, specifically teenagers who are all about being trendy and following what is “in” nowadays. Factors about their lives and opinions will be used to determine whether fashion really matters and what is the purpose of it. All this is
It is another way to increase public attention to the brand, in order to be more involve in everyone’s daily life. Besides making use of inviting celebrities, such as Katy Perry and Beckham as their brand representative to increase the brand’s attraction. H&M catching consumers’ psychology which is desire for trendy, luxury clothes while the youngsters or lower class customers can't afford them. H&M provided a new way for public enjoy the so-called luxury products by launching the co-branding fashion collections beginning from 2004. The collaborations with the top designers and celebrities, including Madonna, Beyonce, Versace and Alexander Wang, to trigger the panic buying of related products.
Not all but a significant amount of these celebrities tend to be drug & alcohol users and addicts, and this behaviour is portrayed in the media towards the rest of the society. This behaviour pressures the average person to feel the need to fit in and they, therefore, follow in these celebrities footsteps hoping to fit in. Beauty over brains - The media/ fashion industry shows that someone does not need to be smart but needs to be pretty. This leads the majority to focus mostly on their outward appearance than to focus on their education. This leads mainly girls to eating disorders and body mutilation so that they can look like what the media portrays to be
Many protested this campaign, which Victoria’s Secret changed, but it did create an issue and discussion about Victoria’s Secret not advertising and promoting the body positivity that women are now looking for. This advertising stumble, as well as Victoria’s Secret unwillingness to change their perfect Angels, has created some controversy around the brand name and many consumers are unhappy. The brand needs to reimage itself as a body positive company to follow the trends of its
Advertisements play an ever-expanding role in society and in our personal lives. Year after year, their power over lives grows stronger as new methods increase the appeal to a sense of belonging. This can be attributed to the declining social interaction and feeling of acceptance in everyday lives. The ad explicitly claims it is, “The Skinny Nut, The Fit Nut, The Mindful Nut, The Colorful Nut, [and] The Happy Nut.” This is designed to make the consumer feel that they are unhappy or unhealthy, and in order to achieve this sense of fulfillment, they must purchase their products; otherwise they will be missing out. The fear of missing out is one of the most powerful motivators in marketing because no one wants to be the person who got left out while everyone else participated.
Advertising is also making parents miserable because their kids are wanting to become someone that they aren’t. The kids are also wanting to become older faster so this advertisement makes the kids want to become pretty and older faster, which will lead the parents to become more concerned about their kids and how their kids will become. In the past the government was concerned about how much advertisement there was that was targeting kids but now they are letting advertisers target kids even harder then in the past. They are doing this by creating television shows with product placement in the shows to make kids want to become like the characters in the shows and movies, because it is cool and will make them
In addition, students from perception of imported apparel, which often differ from students to other students. The main reason why this particular topic was chosen is due to know the why students buy imported apparel. Fashion trends and culture among students are affected by imported apparel market. Because of that, students nowadays up to date are increasingly observed among the young but stylish trends of imported apparel are increasingly hard to follow. Indeed, stylish trend always change really fast time to time.
Therefore, teenage years are among the most difficult as they are tormented with this issue of self-esteem as appearance becomes very crucial in teen years. With cosmetic surgery they feel confident and able to fit-in with their peers. According to Su (2012) stated that with social media becoming more popular, bad comments on physical traits are widely known and thus the teens feel taunted and depressed by these comments. Cyber bullying and bullying in school can affect a student. They will be teased in school and resulting in these teens not wanting to go school.
Countries like Pakistan faces lots of economical, political and other types of hurdles .One of the most increasing problem is today’s rapidly changing fashion trends .It sounds weird but it is true because the costs of adapting to latest fashion trends is quite high, therefore it is difficult for third world countries like Pakistan to afford fashion in our daily life. However no branch of life let it be economic, cultural, religious or recreational has been free from the tremendous effect of this great transformation in progress. Everyone wants to look cool and classy so they follow and adapt themselves to the latest trends of the era. It is our right to live the way we like .For that we may undergo for some small changes. For instance, we may change our clothing style.