The use of the noun ‘trend’ to describe a new and popular fashion or cultural custom dates to the 1950s and its definition is a general direction or something popular.
Trend culture embraces the laying of connected and non connected content, with each layer informing independently giving people depending on their knowledge, understanding and background, a different experiences.
It’s simple: currents are spread by people. Everyone has a specific role in making an idea or activity a tendency. Innovators are the ones responsible for bringing an idea to life. Early adopters, who have significant influence, then drive movements towards becoming a reality.
Fashion tendencies are expressions of trends – which are socio-culturally grounded – in aesthetic spheres, mostly by means of visual and haptic characteristics applied to clothing and apparel products and are often considered fads or short-term shifts.
Vinken describes ‘Fashion Zeitgeist’ as a tendency characterized by representations of traces of the past. She considers the key concepts behind designers such as Yamamoto, Gaultier, and Lagerfeld.
The power to change or affect someone or something is an important aspect of the garment industry. Essentially, style and trends are born from various internal and external influences. Influencing Fashion Consumers.
Fashion industry contributes to society: It’s Personal, Fun, Political and Reflective. It is more than amped up dress up for adults. It’s a reflection of who we are and what we believe. The fashion industry contributes to society by allowing us to express ourselves, our creativity and our beliefs to the world.
Jewelry can reflect beliefs of individuals and groups. Beliefs about magic and luck have been held by people of many cultures. Their accessories reflects these beliefs.
Coolhunting is a neologism coined in the early 1990s referring to a new kind of marketing professionals who make observations and predictions in changes of new or existing “cool” cultural fads and trends. The observation of emerging movements and styles, usually involving street fashion, as a form of market research.
In Klimbim we try to catch the latest tendencies and bring you designs inspired in what we see in the streets, social media and travelling, always with an open eye and a receptive mind. We want to create jewels that are like a small step ahead of the trends without being pretentious and always viewed from a minimalist and timeless perspective.