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Europeans prefer ethnic fashions to fast ones

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Oct '06
A change in fashion trend is what Europe experiences as footfalls show less interest in fast fashion and more so in ethnic collections from India, Japan, Canada etc.

Cheap and fast or imitations have lost favor as Europeans now look for that soemthing special when it comes to buying fashions.

Wednesday's Toronto's L'Oreal Fashion Week just proved that ethnical wear from India, China etc., was preferred over native fashions that were hip and hyped, so far.

Even the recent Fashion Nation show that showcased designers, models and fashion talent from Canada's saw aboriginal community displaying and selling their art and fashions on a successful note.

Apart from showcasing native works of fashion, designers have been going overboard for achieving success displaying ethinc wear that will continue to storm Europe for sometime, now.


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