Today I came across this neat little feature in the New York Times. It’s a slide show with some audio. The slide show features some great road fashion shots by Bill Cunningham, NYT Digital Photographer. The audio is an extremely fascinating little blurb where Expense guessworks that style is going to have some actually dramatic modifications as an outcome of our present monetary troubles. Expense is surprisingly older, as well as keeps in mind the Great Anxiety, so he has experience to support his hypothesis. It’s an interesting feature, worth taking a look at. What do you believe? Do you think style is mosting likely to change a lot over the coming year or 2 as a result of the economic crisis? What kinds of points do you assume might change?