Fashion is a unique form of autonomy and self-expression in a certain cultural milieu and at a certain time and venue, in a certain context and with a certain attitude. The word simply means a style defined by the fashion market as what is fashionable at that time. What might be fashionable at one time may not be fashionable at another, even if the people who are said to wear the styles at that time also may not like the styles at all. Thus, fashion is flexible and the range of fashion change frequently; it is not static.
A woman’s fashion is defined by her clothes, the type of clothes she wears, the colours she dresses in, the accessories she wears, the way she walks or the way she gestures. In short, the fashion trends of a woman are expressed through her dressing, her behavior, her choice of footwear and the material she wears. As for a man’s fashion, his fashion is expressed by his clothing, the colour of his coat, his shoes, his wallet and the manner in which he carries himself. And lastly, a child’s fashion is defined by his clothing, the kind of clothes he wears, the colours he chooses and his accessories.
As a result, when we talk about fashion, we speak about clothes, accessories, footwear, hair styles, and facial expressions, not about culture. Therefore, one’s fashion must not be confined within her own borders but should be concerned with universal aspects. We are talking about fashion trends which can be regarded as a reflection of culture and of the changing consciousness of the masses. And it is for this reason that, when we talk about fashion, we should consider everyone’s culture and individuality. Let us remember that the diversity of fashion trends is the expression of women’s and men’s equality.