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The World of Fashion “Adults often criticize teen fashion trends as bizarre, indecent, or laughable”  (Bolino 143). Teenagers usually wear what is in. They get their ideas from celebrities  and what is in the favorite store they particularly like. The controversies against some of  these fashions differ among people. People enjoy fashion and wear it, while others don’t  like it. No matter how anyone tries to change this, fashion trends are geared to young 
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Unformatted text preview: adults and teenagers. Fashion comes from different places of the world. “Fashion,” according to The World Book Encyclopedia, “originates mainly from northern Europe and Italy when a system of social classes developed in the late Middle Ages.” Many countries throughout Europe controlled fashion by enforcing the sumptuary law (Steele 50)....
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