Fashion Statements, Loud and Clear
Real fashion statements are not quiet and subtle. This is especially true in the instance of Tom Ford, Christian Louboutin, Chanel, Hermes and St. Laurent. With uncompromising designs that set them apart, brings celebrity interest, grace red carpets, lead to commissions, and are copied by various wanna bes; these designers are architects whose line of clothing and products continue to expand and generate acclaim across the globe.
One fashion statement that this collective group makes would be that fashion is not dictated by the wearer so much as they are created for them with recognition that someone else recognizes what they secretly want, but don’t yet know.
Another fashion statement that these designers make by their body of fashion and other works is that their clothing is not worn so much as it’s are occupied.
Woe be it unto those who wear the clothing designed by these top-tier specialists to not capture the truth of their treasured attire – it’s above par and should be thusly worn.
Certainly these professionals’ clothing is a statement of envy and jealousy in the making.
Creative designs by this elite group state that they are precious and exclusive and specialized.
Creative designs by this elite group state that they are awesome and above par in every particular way – every thread and stitch, each bead and attachment, all the features and parts.
Red-carpet worthy, even if it’s ready-to-wear or worn in private settings; the clothing makes a statement that it they’ve been conceived in the mind of the designer, created in their elite fashion houses, incubated until chosen by a discerning purchaser, but not a true design until it’s worn with cherished attachment.