To continue with our last fashion-ID blogpost, directional statements like Fashion is reflective of our culture can be nailed down. After ages of frugality and escapism, the generation of our parents or granny used to have strict regulations and it was commonplace to wear what was available or what was discarded by the siblings. Limits were set by either money or authority. With this learning the hard way and lack of luxury, this new generation of liberty are grabbing the headlines with courage to gap and is becoming increasingly new-rich, though demanding. This identifies children like “mini mademoiselle” with over-the-top-dress-up looks and spoiled anything-is-allowed attitude, always being on the lookout for the next big thing.
Maybe it is harsh to say, but as the classic Parisian elegance of Chanel is translated into mini versions, it is not time to reflect our own attitude and inner momentum?! Can the child develop its own handwriting at all? What is the next milestone? Is it your own decision or are made one?
Image source via Burstinstyle.blogspot.com…..there you can follow up the complete Cadeaux editorial with the mini Chanel-chic look.