This is a perspective promoted in the work of influential French philosopher and semiotician Roland Barthes. A person cannot have a fashion by oneself, but for something to be defined as fashion, there needs to be dissemination and followers. This dissemination can take several forms; from the top-down (“trickle-down”) to bottom-up (“bubble up/trickle-up”), or transversally across cultures and through viral memes and media (“trickle-across”).
- Not about only the theoretical part, but also the hands on how do you do it in real life.
- This is evident not only from television shows directly spotlighting the fashion industry, but also movies, events and music videos which showcase fashion statements as well as promote specific brands through product placements.
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