The Good, the Bad and the Tacky


by Iulian Suman

During the last seasons, normcore was replaced by a more insidious trend that has tacky and trickle-up fashion at its core.

Trickle-Up Fashion means that a particular style that belongs to the streets, worn by the lower income group is picked by the designers and the upper-class buyers of the end design.

During the reign of Vivienne Westwood, it was punk culture. Nowadays, its Post-Soviet aesthetic.

In the past, the West was in the center and the East at the periphery, but lately, the West started to follow the East.

Hungry for fresh and new, fashion found new sources of inspiration in Russian streetwear.

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