The girls who walk on the great stretch of sickening red carpet would find a relief in the fact that all these fancy clothing and glitzy coffieur could only get you somewhere, and would realize that fashion isn’t everything. Or perhaps it is everything, depending how much you like Kim Kardashian as a role model or how much love you have for the quirky but nasty lethal comedy of Sarah Silverman. The point is -whether you wear a parka, ballet flats, the fashion in Spike Jonze’s her or the world of obscure riotous fashion in SNL’ Bill Hader’sStefon, you cannot underestimate the influence of fashion to your life.
Fashion is transforming, will transform and is a product of trend transformation. Whatever you call it, you cannot deny how much power fashion can have over how you see yourself, where in the spectrum of attractive can you rate yourself, and what you define as beautiful. But if you’ve been reading Brain Pickings and watching Tina Fey’s 30 ROCK, you’re totally okay with the fact that any kind of fashion is better than no fashion, i.e. being naked. Fashion also goes well with the movies that you can watch today. Sometimes, a film is remarked beautiful solely from the fashion trends brought to the screen. Imagine Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus, or The Matrix or Ford Coppola’s Marie Antoinnete. They’re less of a movie than a display of what’s good fashion at that time. So go have fun learning about Celebrity Styles fashion in this concise quirky fashion infographic.