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The first samples, furnished with round-theclock Internet access, have been revealed in fashion shows at tech conferences, with models wearing headset microphones and built-in keyboard sleeves. For all the innovation that’s been shoveled into fashion, you’d think inventors would be able to come up with something truly useful like snag-proof cashmere sweaters. Is that so much to ask? THOU SHALT OWN MINUTELY DIFFERING VARIATIONS OF THE SAME THING At least part of the Fashion Victim’s closet looks like that of a cartoon character, with rows of essentially identical items hanging next to one another. There are multiple pairs of sneakers: a pair for running, a pair for walking, a pair for shopping, a pair for going out, a pair for jeans, a pair for shorts. Then there are the multiple pairs of black pants: widelegged, skinny-legged, fitted, baggy, flat-front, zipper, button-fly, pleated, wool, stretch, rayon, linen. Former Filipino first lady Imelda Marcos, who once famously defended herself by stating, “I did not have three thousand pairs of shoes, I had one thousand and sixty,” surely had some overlapping styles hanging in her gigantic closet. Fashion Victims own duplicates of items that are just different enough to not be exactly the same. The average American owns seven pairs of blue jeans. Certainly, each pair could be cut and colored differently, but are those seven pairs really that different? Rosa, a twenty-six-year-old office manager in Chicago, owns more than fifteen pairs of navy-blue jeans that she’s amassed over the last two years, picking up one or two pairs a month. “Some are regularwaisted, some are boot-cut, others are tapered, one has red stitching on the sides and on the pockets, some are button-fly, some are a bit darker,” she explains. “Even though they all look the same, they each have their special style.” All that variety means she doesn’t wear each pair very often. “I have a few clothes that I have in my closet that I’ve only worn once or twice,” she says. “But it’s hard to part with them because I always feel like, ‘Maybe I’ll wear it one more time.’ ” Fashion Victims all share in this mind-set, and as a result, we could have two walk-in closets stuffed to the gills and still never feel like we have enough. So we continue to buy.Street Style Stars at New York Fashion Week Spring 2016 | POPSUGAR … Bestcelebritystyle

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