Being a Stylist involves much dedication and effort as being a fashion designer. Stylists must be consistent, “quick on the feet,” and very update with trends. Stylists must have a passion of fashion, be fashion educated on designers and trends, and most importantly, know their clients. There are many jobs and responsibilities in being a Stylist, but what type of stylist do you want to be?
Since mid-summer of 2011, we began to see a broad expansion with vintage clothing and a blast to the past with 90’s and 80’s fashion trends. Still today, the streets are catching the hype of 90’s inspired trends. But thank the Lord this trend is dying. 2013 is the year of simplicity and minimalism. The Urban Community is now being introduced to top fashion-lines like Givenchy, Comme des Garcons, and Versace. Our peers are slowly being trained to dress well because we are constantly looking at our idols, who are Rappers, Singers, and Entertainers, and we want to dress similar to that person. By dropping prices, designers are starting to target customers in lower classes than their original groups. Of course, it benefits those companies by expanding their consumers, but it also look great on all of us because we are all starting to dress more appropriate.
Never the less, summer 2013 is going to be the season we are all able to dress to impress and wear dope clothes. We are being introduced to minimalism, simplicity, cool graphics, and much other.