|How do you distinguish passing fads from mainstays in new trends?
Well FADS are shoot up and you can make out it is soon going to fall behind whereas mainstays are slower in process both ways.
Throughout history everything repeats itself one day!
Hmmm. That's interesting. It's not so easy at times. Usually there's a factor of dignity. Usually if it has a bit of class, it tends to last a bit longer in fashion. Not always, it's worth noting.
I don't. I just remake something to fit the moment.
Good art is good forever. Bad art stinks from the start and only gets worse.
Passing fads are repeats of what has already been done in the hight of its eara. Mainstays are classic, functional, and look good on the body.
I think passing fads are more into the fashion people, and mainstays is what get more mainstream.
I think passing fads are easy to distinguish from mainstays because they are usually a bit over the top (in one way or another). I do pay attention to fads and trends even if I do not like them. I like to be aware.
Fads are fun only for a little bit. Colors always tell the story.
I never follow trends or Fads, I keep to the beat of my own drummer. I try to stay with colors that are always timeless and classic then add a splash of season color to keep it fresh
Eveything in fashion depends on customer, your design to become a fad or a trend is only decided by customers.
Comfort zone, current interests, climate,... makes them a fad or a new trend
go with my gut and what I love
IT SHOULD BE SEEN I THEIR DESIGN.
Do not do anything that is trendy always stear a client away from superficiality.
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