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How The Culture of Narcissism Drives Streetwear (and Fashion)

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    kitsch killer
    • Sep 2006
    • 37852

    How The Culture of Narcissism Drives Streetwear (and Fashion)

    Hi all,

    I wrote this article for Highsnobiety, and while the streetwear is a particular offender because it creates scarcity on absolutely artificial basis (you can stamp out hoodies all day long, as opposed to say making only so many leather jackets because of cost of the materials, time spent on construction, and risk of not selling through everything), I think we can easily extrapolate this to much of designer fashion as well. But the larger point here is the culture of narcissism we have created. I look forward to your comments.

    We dig into how hype culture is uniquely positioned to tap into the narcissistic world order - and how authenticity is our only saving grace.
    Fashion is a form of ugliness so intolerable that we have to alter it every six months - Oscar Wilde

    StyleZeitgeist Magazine
  • wendysl
    Junior Member
    • Aug 2022
    • 12

    #2
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    • lisanclark
      Junior Member
      • Feb 2023
      • 9

      #3
      Yes, the culture of narcissism refers to the increasing focus on self-promotion and individualistic values in modern society. In the world of streetwear and fashion, this has translated into a desire for unique, attention-grabbing pieces that showcase one's personal style.

      Streetwear brands have capitalized on this trend by creating clothing that is highly customizable and often limited edition or exclusive. This creates a sense of scarcity around certain pieces, making them more desirable to consumers who want to stand out from the crowd.

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      • wrestlerlanky
        Junior Member
        • Jul 2023
        • 3

        #4
        It is entirely typical to initially feel a little uneasy in your feet. The primary snake io cause of this is that the vast majority of footwear does not provide adequate support and promote a natural foot position. Indeed, fashion is always changing and adaptable to different trends. You can easily find many unique colors of designers. This is great. This industry is always open and growing.

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        • mariahcarey
          Junior Member
          • Nov 2022
          • 2

          #5
          In essence, your article raises important questions about the intersection of psychology, consumerism, and the fashion industry. The exploration of these themes adds depth to the mapquest understanding of why certain trends gain traction and how the culture of narcissism influences our fashion choices. I look forward to further insights and discussions on this intriguing topic.
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          • plonkarchivist
            Junior Member
            • Dec 2023
            • 2

            #6


            The culture of narcissism denotes a growing emphasis on self-promotion and individualistic values in contemporary society. Within the realm of streetwear and fashion, this phenomenon manifests as a craving for distinctive, attention-commanding pieces that reflect one's personal style.
            Streetwear brands have seized upon this cultural shift by producing highly customizable clothing, often in limited edition or exclusive runs. This strategy instills a sense of scarcity around specific pieces, heightening their allure for consumers aspiring to distinguish themselves from the mainstream.

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            • betterwound
              Junior Member
              • Feb 2024
              • 2

              #7
              The investigation of these issues deepens the mapquest understanding of why certain trends gain hold and how the culture of narcissism effects our fashion choices. The culture of narcissism denotes an increasing emphasis on self-promotion and individualistic principles in modern society.
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