FASHION Oracle What Could Copy Zara, H & M & Co Soon

I know not exactly when I thought for the first time about that, to turn back the world of fashion and its apparent Hochnäsigkeit, when I was safe for the first time, they no longer have together all the Anna Wintours of the world. Was this now pretty well known quote of the fictitious Grande Dame of American VOGUE counterpart played by Meryl Streep (I assumed at the time, in real life, the rabbit would be very similar):

“I see, you think this has nothing to do with you. You go to your closet and you select out, oh I don’t know, that lumpy blue sweater, for instance, because you’re trying to tell the world that you take your Elf too seriously to care about what you put on your back. But what you don’t know is that that sweater is not just blue, it’s not turquoise, it’s not lapis, it’s actually cerulean. You’re so blindly unaware of the fact that in 2002, Oscar de la Renta did a collection of cerulean gowns. And then I think it what Yves St Laurent, wasn’t it, who showed cerulean military jackets? And then cerulean quickly showed up in the collections of eight different designers. Then it filtered down through the department stores and then trickled on down into some tragic “casual corner” where you, no doubt, and out of some clearance bin fished it. However, that blue represents millions of dollars and countless jobs and so it’s sort of comical how you think that you’ve made a choice that exempts you from the fashion industry when, in fact, you’re wearing the sweater that what selected for you by the people in this room. From a pile of “stuff.”“

Only slowly dawned on me that Meryl had given those sharp words not to downgrade the slightly disinterested majority of humanity is somehow GHE. But because she loves fashion, with all my heart — so much so she hardly endures ranting ignorant about them, if one ignores the art behind her, the meaning of which undermines and ignores correlations, or worse: If you don’t take seriously fashion, instead but loudly frowned upon them as headless consumer goods. Now I understand the reaction which may be somewhat overstated represented editor-in-Chief at least partially (in real life). Usually in those moments where suddenly old classmates are in front of me and just a weary smile for things have left, with the I me daily deal, if eyebrows flying up because my counterpart starts something supposedly geistreicheres with his life than I ever could my profession. Just then my gaze falls sometimes on a cute Zara blouse that sneering grin against me shaking. “AHA”, I think only. “Good, that there’s Phoebe Philo, whose designs weekly copies and for you onto the fast fashion giants which hung. So you you can dress cute and still have the feeling that it actually interests you Yes not the bean.”

Course is also this reasoning to large pieces of rubbish and certainly feelings at this point provide a way of temporarily foggy. And yet I must smile often, when I was at H & M, Our site or & other stories, browse through the range. They say also interesting new interpretations and sassy theft looks lost twins of legendary runway looks. All the time. “Democratization of fashion” called the benefits of the system today, and we, the Western world. I think a bit of grace and recognition would not harm us next wandering through relevant favorite stores.

Here so a small list of potential copy-cat contender for the spring 2016:

Training sweater in the 70s to floral Maxi skirts skiers look:


To loop-bound carrier:


Extra long sleeve solutions, volume and loose loops:


Cognac knitting with Reiß launched neckline:


Hippie dresses in pastel colours of the Rainbow & ruffles:


Lantern transparencies & lined cut-outs in signal colours:

Christopher Kane

Layering, statement jewelry, & the color Brown:


Skirts Twiggy-style with circular cut outs:


2-D look & graphic outlines:


Romance Reloded with Flounce details and floral prints:

Alexander mcqueen

Lingerie look meets pyjamas:


New Castle:

Lurex & Granny meets Jimmy Hendrix:


Trumpeters and Bell sleeves & wrapping techniques:
All images: VOGUE.