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11.02 – The Fashion Cycle May 2010
The Fashion Cycle 1. terms – Avant-garde - the advance group in any field, esp. in the visual, literary, or musical arts, whose works are characterized chiefly by unorthodox and experimental methods
The Fashion Cycle 1. terms – Classic -of enduring interest, quality, or style
The Fashion Cycle 1. terms – Fad – a temporary fashion followed enthusiastically by a group for a short period of time (1 season)
The Fashion Cycle 1. terms – Fashion –that which characterizes or distinguishes the habits, manners, dress, etc., of a period or group
The Fashion Cycle 1. terms – Old-fashioned –no longer in style, from an earlier time
The Fashion Cycle 1. terms – Style – good or approved fashion; shows elegance or smartness
The Fashion Cycle 1. terms – Trend – whats currently in style
The Fashion Cycle Definition:Period of time or life span during which fashion exists Stages: Introduction Rise Peak Decline Obsolescence (rejection)
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