New York Fashion Week: Why Do We Celebrate This? | The Daily Show

It’s New York Fashion Week, the semi-annual event where designers show off their collections so that fast fashion can decide what to steal. Desi Lydic recounts how Fashion Week became the staple it is today. #DailyShow #Comedy

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  2. Speaking of which, I struggle with fashion and basic putting together of outfits but I really really adore the suit she’s wearing. How could I search for something like that? How would you describe it?

  3. Because the Europeans did it first. And Americans can’t have it when Europeans have something nice.
    Cause Americans and fashion? NO THANKS

  4. Great. Now let’s ask designers to please stop using animal fur. We don’t need animals to have horrible lives and die for fashion. Many have already stopped, looking forward to the rest of them getting on board. Cruelty is never beautiful.

  5. Even prior to Louis XIV, there were "sumptuary laws" which decided who of what class and/or noble rank could wear what. I read that in the non-fiction history book, "A Distant Mirror The Calamitous 14th Century" by Barbara W. Tuchman.

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