The first wave of rave fashion, the 1990s, was dominated by women in headscarves and makeup, and was a decade after the era of the hijab.
In fact, in 2009, the International Fashion Institute of America released a report on the state of fashion, saying the hijab was still the “most popular fashion accessory” in the US.
A decade later, however, the trends have changed.
Now, with the advent of the new wave of womenswear, many of the trends are in line with those of the 70s and 80s, with many featuring more ethnic and gender diverse designs.
As the trend-setters, the designers and brands in the new era of fashion have a huge advantage.
They know how to market their products and brands and are able to do so with the support of their customers.
They also have access to some of the world’s most talented women designers.
This is not a new phenomenon.
A study by the University of Washington found that women in the United States were buying more than two million pieces of clothing a year by 2011, and they are now spending almost a third of their household income on apparel.
However, there is a downside.
Because of the increased visibility of women in this new era, it means that the designers are able more easily to promote their products through women-only spaces, which may also make them less likely to be taken seriously.
So, what are the main trends shaping the new fashion in the U.S.?
A new generation of designers are emerging, including women from both ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds.
The trend is still predominately in the black community, but it’s getting more popular among people of color.
In addition, many are focusing on clothing that is less about fashion but more about community.
There are several new labels being created and brands coming out.
It’s still a little early to tell, but there are a few trends to watch for in the next few years.