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The Future

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Refinery29 quizzed several fashion notables on what they think the future of fashion will bring. Our favorite response comes from Susie Bubble, whose Utopic vision includes a world where "blogging can become a fully respected form of fashion media" and "doesn't have to constantly apologize for its perceived faults" such as "lack of journalistic skills and knowledge" and/or being seen as "fashion clowns hanging outside a circus." Preach, Susie. [R29]