An end in sight

if there was an industry-wide boycott and absolutely no new collections could be produced, shown, or sold/promoted for one year, you would feel _______

18 comments:

greying pixie said...

Perfectly happy. I have literally trunks and trunks of fabrics and vintage clothes waiting to be made and altered to my body. In fact I have sort of decided to stop buying now for quite a while and enjoy the beautiful things I have.

Imelda Matt said...

gutted...wtf would have to blog about?

Belowen said...

like my credit card would stop melting...

Duchesse said...

Amused and entertained by the fresh combinations we'd put together with our current cache.

Ummm, this wouldn't include accessories, right?

-h of candid cool said...

this wouldnt be so bad really

-h of candid cool said...

o wait i take it back. i wouldnt have a paycheck then

Sal said...

Challenged to change my consumerific ways. Like so many fab folks are already doing, I'd spend the year scouring thrift and vintage for enviable finds!

The solemn cat said...

I second Greying Pixie. I've got a stash of fabric and vintage patterns that I haven't used yet. I think it would be quite liberating to not see new fashions and feel the need to buy from them.

Alexandreena said...

I would run to vintage stores to try and find "new" stuff.

landis smithers said...

traumatized.

out of work.

relieved.

fashion herald said...

also relieved.

Iheartfashion said...

Devastated.

enc said...

Fine! I'd have to put my thinking cap on, though.

Caitlin said...

depressed. i'd have to fight for my salvation army finds!

Anonymous said...

"Relieved" is what I thought before opening the comments -- how nifty, I'm not the only one!

Stacy said...

great!

Jessica said...

Relieved was my first response too!

dreamecho said...

happy. i'm sick of all this industry b.s.!