The Truth Behind the Fashion Industry.

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Topic: The Truth Behind the Fashion Industry Thesis: With the unregulated practices that goes on in the Fashion Industry, change is one notion that this abusive yet glamorous business have yet to see. The Fashion Industry can be described as a glamorous world with cameras flashing, beautiful models strutting down the runway, in stunning and grand designs. What really goes on behind fashion’s dolled up doors is only an illusion compared to what reality is. Beautiful people, stylish clothing and timeless sophistication all make up the illusion of the glitz and glam of the fashion industry, but behind the curtains countless of models and designers constantly fall victim to this industry’s ever changing wrath. Fashion can be defined as a popular trend especially in styles of dress, ornaments or behavior. A model is a person who poses or displays for art purposes, fashion or other products and advertising. Fashion models are used mainly to promote products focusing mostly on clothing and accessory. The two main type of modeling in the fashion industry is commercial modeling and high fashion modeling. High Fashion models usually work for campaigns, designer’s collections and magazine editorials for high fashion designers. Runway modeling also known as “catwalk modeling” is displaying fashions and is generally performed by high fashion models. In my research paper, my main focus will be the multiple effects on high fashion models based upon the industry’s unregulated standards. When you go to work depending upon the job you do, there may be complaints from an angry coworker or a frustrated demanding boss who have possibly had a bad morning. It is considered verbal abuse if your boss tells you that you are getting too fat or ugly to wor... ... middle of paper ... ...n Selby, J. (2014, March 7). Jourdan Dunn on Racism in the Fashion Industry: Designers Shouldn’t be Applauded for Having Just One Ethnic Model’. . Retrieved, from St, Warren. (2004, April 17). Behind the Catwalk, Suspicion and Suits. The New York Times. Retrieved, from Webster, G. (2011, October 9). Race and fashion: Still an issue?. CNN. Retrieved, from Ziff, S. (2012, February 13). The ugly truth of fashion's model behavior. Retrieved , from

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