- Category: Fashion Articles
- Created on Wednesday, 28 December 2011 17:36
- Written by Eric Tonk
Bay Area fashion – the heart and soul of the American fashion industry. If you want to be in the midst of everything fashionable, this is where you should reside – in the thriving city of San Francisco.
The city is littered with bay area models alternating between living their secret lives and fashion week casting. Photographers are found everywhere shooting random photos or raising their cameras for fashion magazines. Writers and editors are on the look-out for the next best thing that they can feature and write about. Fashion designers are either sketching on their fashion books or bent on a sewing machine creating their next masterpiece. And we have not even said a word about the celebrities.
To know more about this industry, read through some of the best Bay area fashion magazines. It is quite interesting to read about the fashion industry through the eyes of someone who is in the middle of it all. There are magazines available for purchase in the newsstand and there are online versions that you can read in the comforts of your own home. There topic range includes politics, sports, health, tech, fashion, shopping, events, real living and even unusual news.
Through these publications, fashion enthusiasts will learn about the lives of dresses and the people who created and wore them. The city holds interesting events that is graced by famous personalities, designers, models and rock stars. Flashing cameras and rolling videos are as common as the trees lined up along the streets of San Francisco.
Bay area fashion is constantly evolving to create a statement that will reverberate around the world. In 2011, the designers used the unique and tech weird industry of the Bay area. It may be something that only Lady Gaga can wear but nevertheless, it is fashion and anything goes with a designer. Their success however, has two different sources. Fame comes from the famous people wearing their creation and their income is from the people willing to buy the RTW versions of their runway pieces. This city will teach them to merge both so they can eventually see their clothes displayed in retail outlets all over the world.