Generally speaking, fashion is the need to imitate others and to identify with them. This psychological need is the most noticeable in clothes but it is also very common in different kinds of public life. Fashionable may be a way of dressing, a manner of speaking, eating habits, a turn of phrase, appearance, music race, jobs, cars, holiday places and inter design. Fashion always has its avant-garde, it means group of people who as first imitate something, the most often a way of dressing. While style in fashion is bound up with individual way of express you by shape of clothing.
Fashion was changed through ages. In ancient countries women carried wigs, had their hair curly and liked a lot of jewellery. Through the ages it has changed. During the Rococo people could be more provocative. The women liked to have very huge hair. After the Second World War women wanted to be delicate and slim, however 60s and 70s year?s women started to wear mini, artificial jewellery, very hard make up and put their hair up.