Elizabeth Wellington has been The Philadelphia Inquirer’s fashion writer since December 2002. She offers a lively take on the importance of fashion and explains how fashion reflects the larger culture. Wellington discusses her method of spotting fashion trends, her views on expensive jeans, and observes that it is not necessary to spend a lot of money on clothes to stay current and stylish. Speaking of the current crop of fashion TV shows, she reveals that she prefers the dramas to the model-oriented reality shows. Hip-hop culture has had a major effect on fashion, says Wellington, because it shows how a particular look came from the street. She discusses African-American fashion labels, school uniforms, and much more.
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