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Fashion is a term used interchangeably to describe the creation of clothing, footwear, accessories, cosmetics, and jewellery of different cultural aesthetics and their mix and match into outfits that depict distinctive ways of dressing as signifiers of social status, self-expression, and group belonging. As a multifaceted term, fashion describes an industry, styles, aesthetics, and trends.

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Organizations relating to Fashion

World Fashion Organization / Washington DC, USA
Asia Fashion Federation / Est. 2002
Internationale des coiffeurs de dames / Paris, France / Est. 1925
International Fashion Group / New York NY, USA / Est. 1930
Congresso Internazionale di Moda e Design
Union latine de haute couture
Association méditerranéenne des couturières
Global Fashion Conference / Est. 2009
Responsible Fashion Series
International Foundation of Fashion Technology Institutes / Delhi, India / Est. 1998
Asian Couture Federation / Singapore, Singapore
Children's Fashion Europe / Valencia, Spain / Est. 2005

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Action Strategies relating to Fashion

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Addressing belief that wealth eliminates all problems
Using popular mode
Advocating fashionable values
Relying on fashionable solutions to problems
Assuring appropriate recovery mode
Addressing unfashionable solutions to problems
Seeking fashionable personal appearance

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