The ugly chic floods the catwalks and the streets every day, there is a return to the styles, vintage and the 90’s with touches of today … the result: something ugly that we like.
With that look you get into fashionable albums, you get place in the full restaurants and-more importantly, of course-you get the streetstyle photographers portray with admiration for social media. Or, one does selfie and publish online, the great advantage for the new generation of fashion promoters.
In this analysis of the trend, the media industry noticed that these images not only cause one to pause the frantic tour by Instagram, but have two important effects.
Of course, there are also designers who, from the runways, push this look and say if afraid: “it’s ugly, that’s why we like it.”
Ugly chic may be a philosofical issue too.. these almost philosophical reflections that awaken among those who analyze the trend in the media, ask themselves: you have to look ugly, but in which -right- measure.?
And while it is well known that some tendencies that border on fetishism like normcore (typical graceless garments typical of the average American adult) need to be ironically used to be cool, it is not clear if the same thing happens with ugly chic!