Luxury for the Masses: Why We Can't All Have It AllShow full item record
|Title||Luxury for the Masses: Why We Can't All Have It All|
|Abstract|| This study focused on the growth of luxury fashion brands and the impact of this growth on the rest of the fashion industry. Specifically, I examine how luxury brands introduced the commodification of fashion and laid the groundwork for the entrance of fast fashion retailers. Furthermore, I discuss how this transformation affected not only the fashion industry, but also the consumer and the environment. After evaluating each of these elements, I present the slow fashion movement as a sustainable and viable alternative to the current state of the fashion industry. Through theoretical support, an analysis of consumer demographics and psychographics, and a thorough investigation of current trends in the fashion industry, slow fashion emerges as the best solution for reinventing the fashion industry and amending the distortion that has occurred within it. |
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