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Fashion and Life in the Fast Lane

Posted by on October 9, 2020 in Stuff with 0 Comments

The 21st century has seen the birth of a completely new breed of young people who have gone at all lengths to revolutionaries their culture and lifestyle. This has seen the emergence of what are now referred to as socialites and fashionistas.

These are usually a crop of people who have made names and have gathered popularity over the social media. While in the same vain, the way one dresses therefore become an open statement regarding their character and personality.

Fashion Labels

Fashion has now grown into becoming a lone standing industry that has managed to pool billions in revenue and this has seen some stiff competition amongst clothing lines on a global lifestyle. Fashion gurus are always convinced that fashion labels are usually aligned with different classes of people and a certain fabric or label becomes scarce to a certain class of people.

An example of this would be the biggest names in the fashion industry that is Gucci and Luis Vuitton that are even featured on some online blackjack games. These two labels are usually associated with the elite given their pricey nature as well as exclusivity. They are usually associated with celebrities and the very rich.

Pirate of Fashion Labels

The price tag aligned with the biggest names in the fashion industry has seen the subsequent birth of pirated versions of these fashion labels flooding low tier markets like sub Saharan Africa and South America.

Though they do not really affect the pricing structure of the original garment, the pirated version poses an eventual danger of shadowing the original material and that will pose losses to the proprietors. As it would have translated to a dip in purchases. The other challenge with the pirated versions is that it is difficult to manage its distribution lines as the real place of origin won’t be public information. According to an article by choiceonlinecasino online casino, many people who scoop jackpots at casinos tend to buy expensive clothes rather than investing in property and business.

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