Today I came across this cool little feature in the New York Times. It’s a slide show with some sound. The slide program includes some wonderful road style shots by Expense Cunningham, NYT Digital Photographer. The audio is a very intriguing little blurb where Bill opinions that fashion is going to have some actually remarkable adjustments as a result of our current economic troubles. Bill is remarkably older, and also keeps in mind the Great Depression, so he has experience to back up his theory. It’s a fascinating feature, worth looking into. What do you believe? Do you assume fashion is going to transform a lot over the coming year or more as a result of the economic crisis? What types of points do you think might alter?