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Fashion is a general term for a popular style or practice, especially in clothing, footwear, accessories,, makeup, body piercing, or furniture. Fashion refers to a distinctive and often habitual trend in the style in which a person dresses or to prevailing styles in behaviour.

In the fashion industry, fashion refers to the latest styles and trends in clothing, accessories, and beauty. Fashion is constantly evolving and changing, with new styles and designs being introduced each season. Here are some examples of fashion in the fashion industry:

  1. Haute Couture: Haute Couture fashion refers to high-end, custom-made clothing that is designed and produced by leading fashion houses. Haute Couture pieces are often one-of-a-kind and made from the finest materials.

  2. Pret-a-Porter: Pret-a-Porter, also known as ready-to-wear fashion, refers to clothing that is designed and produced in larger quantities and is available for purchase by the general public. Pret-a-Porter pieces are still fashionable, but they are more accessible and affordable than Haute Couture pieces.

  3. Streetwear: Streetwear is a type of fashion that originated from urban culture and is characterized by comfortable and casual clothing, such as oversized T-shirts, hoodies, and sneakers. Streetwear has become a popular trend in recent years, with many high-end fashion brands introducing their own streetwear collections.

  4. Accessories: Accessories are an important part of fashion, and include items like handbags, jewelry, hats, and sunglasses. Accessories can be used to enhance an outfit or add a pop of color or texture.

  5. Beauty: Beauty is also an important aspect of fashion, with new makeup and skincare trends being introduced each season. Fashion and beauty often go hand in hand, with beauty looks being designed to complement the latest fashion trends.

Other similar terms that might be used in the fashion industry include "style", "trend", "design", "couture", "garment", and "ensemble".

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