Nylon: To identify the relationship between fashion, culture and identity
How does fashion influence people’s identity? Do clothes say much more than that people realize? How can a personality fashion trend or dress display the details of people’s personality and character? The desire to remain fashionable and trendy is universal in nature, or it is constrained to the upper section of the society.
This research work tries to find out the answers for the above question.
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