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Fashion Personal Statements

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"Hollie, why do you always look at what people are wearing?" was something my mother said to me in my early teens, and she was right. To me, fashion is body language. It is a non-verbal form of communication showing a lot about the wearer to the observer...
I am fascinated with the way the Fashion Marketing industry has such a strong influence over society’s choice of styling, and how it can influence current and future trends through different channels...
From a young age I have had a great interest in beauty therapy and its ability to promote within me a positive enhancement of my physical and mental self image. I also feel that it has a strong impact on me, both in terms of being mentally challenging and also as a hands on profession...
Fashion is creative, seductive, always changing and a form of art, to others it is a religion. To me I use fashion to express myself and also to show my personality but also look glamorous. I mostly like the 1920s style because it's the time when women were more liberated to wear what they wanted, the freedom was expressed through simple but yet elegant designs that were beautifully co-ordinated that were accessorised with jewellery and represented the style and elegance of that time...
This year I have been studying towards my HNC in Applied Arts in order to gain valuable experience in a range of new media and develop my art skills. I am interested in all fields of art and design, particularly the design crafts, such as textiles...
The continued self-reinvention of the fashion world,and the fast pace at which it evolves,manifests itself in the pages of our magazines,newspapers and on our computer screens.Fashion Journalism is a way of communicating the work of various designers and creatives to the world...
Whether it’s the war paint of the Native American tribes or the whited-out faces of the Japanese Geisha and Kabuki, or the avant garde looks of a John Galliano or Alexander McQueen fashion show, make up has always seemed to play a part in society and is used to create characters and to evoke an emotional response...
I have developed a keen interest in how easily society can be influenced over a substantial period. The way in which an ensemble of words or a single item of clothing can instantaneously persuade the masses never fails to intrigue me...
Fashion, essentially, is seen as a means for a person to express their personality and desire and it allows for one to grow and become confident. My interest within retail, and especially fashion retail, first started growing when I became employed within my first job in the retail sector...
Fashion speaks to me on a personal level. To me fashion is a form of art and self-expression. I love how fashion is inspired by art, music, history and culture. Accessories can make a simple outfit look different and unique; so many looks can be created alone with accessories...
Fashion is an eternally evolving outlet for expression. I have a profound interest in how clothing can portray a message about one's self. I am particularly fascinated by the progression in the accessibility of garments since the fashion boom of the 1960s; I'm greatly inspired by the various British subcultural styles that have since been reshaped over the generations...
Fashion; to me it is an art. It is a concept that can be interpreted in various ways for each individual, which, for me makes it fascinating- everyone has a different style. For some people, self-expression is difficult, having an individual style gives these people the ability to show their personality and beliefs and this intrigues me...
Like Maria Grazia Chiuri, my enthusiasm for fashion began as an adolescent trying to figure out who I am. When Chiuri said 'I would mix it all together, probably because I was looking for my identity' I found this described my situation perfectly...