Fashion in the ’00s: how does globalization change fashion

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If the 1990s were a fashionable transitional period, the new millennium marked the beginning of a new era of fashion and fashion. In the 2000s, we saw the launch of our little sister magazine “FASHION18,” which is everything for teenagers and young people in Canada. Once a city magazine, Toronto’s lifestyle has become a national authority on fashion, beauty, fashion and culture. Everyone is developing a digital presence, and you can now follow your favorite magazine (tips, tips) on Facebook and Twitter. This globalized thing looks very sweet
“My first question was September 2000: the question of reboot. We don’t realize that we are standing on the edge of the digital divide, “the chief editor of FASHION Leanne Delap recalls,” we were locked on the newsstand, this is the old pulp and paper last gasp of the game. It feels like another time to look back now. ”
“This is very interesting, there is no doubt that in the past 15 to 20 years, [] digital evolution has occurred, but it is a question mark,” she agreed with Ceri Marsh, during the ninety s to help determine the development direction of FASHION, editor in chief from 2003 to 2003. How much resources should we invest in? “Why must editors learn to do this? There’s actually a lot of resistance. ”
Well, maybe the concept of the global market isn’t that easy, but the ’00s did have their sweet moments. The digital revolution gave users new products and ideas that were previously unimaginable. Anyone who has never read a publication like FASHION or heard of an internationally renowned brand can immediately see the design on the Paris and milan runway. We can also read reviews of beauty products on blogs, and shopping online is being launched by big retailers. Netflix will send DVDS directly to your house without expiration or late fees (remember, this is’ 00s’). Streaming services will not be rolled out until the end of the decade. This is the future. Or at least it feels that way.


It is also the time to promote the 24-hour news cycle. If anything happens in the world, you know it. Interviews encourage people to think critically.
“My focus is to get strong women’s voices into the magazine. Of course, looking back on it was something I was most proud of, “said draper. “After the first year, we got a bunch of magazine nominations, and we had all these great voices: Lynn Crosbie, Karen von Hahn and Liz Renzetti. Fashion has become a way of talking about diversity, feminism, women’s problems and broader social issues. I was just beginning to turn when I was in FASHION. ”
The magazine has used its platform to bring more serious aspects of the world to its readers, and fashion has made full use of the coverage of globalization, covering all the beauty, fashion and cultural news of the world. “I’m international. I want all the content in the magazine to come from the runway, “said marsh, who has also promoted the stunning shooting site during her tenure.
“Location shooting is a key goal. We wanted to do as much of the exterior shots as we could, because we might, added, “Catherine franklin, fashion, from 1987’s fashion director, until 2001. “We’re going to do the studio but the watt shoot is always trying to capture more images than girls in front of the wall. We want the magic of light or wind, or the unusual moment when you’re not in a protected environment. So, we’re really trying to travel. ”
“We used to call ourselves’ hours’ because people could hardly make money, but everyone wanted to go on these trips, do a nice job and create something interesting.
One of franklin’s favorites was the trip to Tunisia in the summer of 2001. The editorial captures the art of clothing, hair and makeup, but also reflects the spirit of geography.

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