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YOUR VOICE IS IN VOGUE: FASHION AS A NEW FORCE FOR CHANGE

 
 
YOUR VOICE IS IN VOGUE: FASHION AS A NEW FORCE FOR CHANGE

Protesting through fashion is not a new concept anymore. Suffragettes wore white, purple, and gold to protest for their rights to participate in the elections; Katherine Hamnett wore a loud shirt that says ‘58% Don’t Want Pershing’ while shaking hands with Margaret Thatcher; and Jane Fonda wore a Mao collared suit as she accepted her Best Actress Oscar award. Today, women of the US Democratic party protested in style as they dressed up in stark white while listening to US President Trump deliver his 2019 State of the Union speech while thousands of women marched on the streets wearing a bright pink knitted cat-shaped caps called Pussyhats.

 
 

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Protesting through fashion is not a new concept anymore. Suffragettes wore white, purple, and gold to protest for their rights to participate in the elections; Katherine Hamnett wore a loud shirt that says ‘58% Don’t Want Pershing’ while shaking hands with Margaret Thatcher; and Jane Fonda wore a Mao collared suit as she accepted her Best Actress Oscar award. Today, women of the US Democratic party protested in style as they dressed up in stark white while listening to US President Trump deliver his 2019 State of the Union speech while thousands of women marched on the streets wearing a bright pink knitted cat-shaped caps called Pussyhats.

 

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Before the era of “wokeness”, fashion was only wore to be stylish and trendy. What you wear denotes your social rank, status or political stance, affiliations and aspirations. Fashion is used as a reflection of popular culture and trends. When we get dressed, we choose an identity to show to the world. Nowadays, it is about wearing that makes us politically and socially conscious while being stylish and trendy.Choosing what to wear is no longer simply about style, it’s about creating an impact. Luxury brands and non-luxury are now presenting themselves as not just fashion forward but conscious of global phenomena. According to Independent.ie, “a potent visual can have a global impact” since we are part of a generation that considers Instagram as valuable.

NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 12: Bella Hadid walks the runway at the Prabal Gurung fashion show during New York Fashion Week Fall Winter 2017-2018 on February 12, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Victor VIRGILE/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)
NEW YORK, NY – FEBRUARY 12: Bella Hadid walks the runway at the Prabal Gurung fashion show during New York Fashion Week Fall Winter 2017-2018 on February 12, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Victor VIRGILE/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)

 

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