Fashion Fixation

Sure fashion week is frivolous but it is fun. It is my glorious chance to walk straight into the pages of a fashion magazine, sit near the editors I’ve followed in print, be within arms reach of the most famous models, offer real-time critiques straight off the runway and envelop myself in the glamour that is fashion.  I’ve been accused of having some sort of deranged, fashion fixation.

I admit, I’m a bit obsessed. I adore clothes, accessories, and shoes (as evidenced by my floor-to-ceiling shoe closet and overflowing wardrobe). So obviously the sound of a full week dedicated to showcasing, honoring and previewing fashion sounds exciting to me. I enjoy the week full of eye candy and as an event planner, I’m completely mesmerized by the production value of each runway show. Moreover, I’m inspired and endlessly fascinated by the people who design, who style and who wear fashion well. And I find myself enthralled with the entire makeover process – the transformation of the hair, the makeup, the wardrobe not to mention the magic that goes into showing off that one awe-inspiring look.

Right now though, I find myself in constant search for ways to validate what could be seen as an unnatural passion.  While “It’s my hobby” may alleviate the superficial undertones of my focus, it doesn’t quite encompass the way in which it is in actuality a necessary component of my life. While “I’m a visual person” is true, it doesn’t explain the focus on fashion. And while “it’s a just don’t understand” sometimes works as my lazy way out of the discussion it never fully satisfies.

How do you legitimize YOUR passion for fashion? If you had to take out work from the explanation how might you explain yourself?

  1. HiTMAN says:

    It is useful to try everything in practice anyway and I like that here it’s always possible to find something new. 🙂

  2. Phiber says:

    I’m looking forward to getting more information about this topic, don’t worry about negative opinions.

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