Fashion is a style of dressing, behaving, writing, or performing that is popular at a particular time and place. It is influenced by the people around us and may change with time, geographical region, or society (Reilly, 2012).
Vogue indicates a fashion that is adopted by a specific group of people with certain taste. Mode denotes a fashion that is favored by those who are anxious to appear elegant and sophisticated. Fad, rage, and craze all denote temporary popularity of some kind of style.
Classic, on the other hand, is a formal-cum traditional style that experiences less changes and remains more acceptable by society at large. It consists of simple pants, shirts, or suits that have limited color options and no printed or multi-color designs.
Grunge, meanwhile, is another trendy style that was born on the streets of Paris, France; New York City, United States; Tokyo, Japan; and Mumbai, India. This style is characterized by unkempt hairstyles, black boots, and tight or tattered pants.
This style was first introduced in the 1970s when cheap color printing made it possible to mass produce clothes, such as track suits and sports shoes. It also encouraged people to buy fashion accessories, such as jewelry and purses. Today, fashion is a multibillion-dollar global enterprise.