Celebrities’ Fashion Becoming A Style Inspiration For The Young New Generation

Young people have always tried to look like celebrities. They are models for the youth because of how much they take a big part of our time, and it stays worth it. All those that make our lives less boring: The music, the movies, and the fashion trends. That is why we also want to wear what they wear.

Celebrities make fashion more valuable; it is an important matter for them. It is one of the things that even make them famous, attractive, and who they are. Being a celebrity is a signification of exposing yourself to the whole world, and fashion makes it possible for them to create their own persona hence making them unique. They wear what they wear for their fans and the youth is the audience; it comes out like an expression or a performance. They inspire our fashion tastes.

Different Styles of celebrities is what make them different from us. They emerge arts, luxury and identity within they style. They give it all their attention to make it remarkable. We can’t leave out the fact that in many cases they are advertising for fashion brands out of contracts they sign: it becomes business at the end of the day. They advertise Brands and we respect them by following their examples.

At this point Rwandan Celebs need to step up, and it would be an upgrade if they wore Rwandan fashion Products. This is where RWANDA CLOTHING is having their backs in their fashion spotlight; the Red carpet moments outfits, the big event dresses, trousers, shirts, everything you can ever dream of. Joselyne says “Doors are open!”

Author of the article:

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As part of the Youth I have chosen to contribute to the rise of the fashion industry in Rwanda by being a Fashion Blogger of RWANDA CLOTHING to give it a loud voice, and let people express themselves with their own fashion styles

Get in contact with Olga: olga@rwandaclothing.com

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