At the back of every closet, there’s something precious: the garment your grandma made for you when you were just a kid or the one you wore on your wedding day. It might be a piece that puts you on TV or that symbolizes your passion for a sport. Whatever it is, Netflix’s new docuseries Worn Stories chronicles these personal stories and what clothing means to human lives.
Things about Fashion and Relationship that We Learn From Netflix
1-Clothing interfere with humans
Body positivity=our belief that your body is beautiful and perfect just the way it is. But what happens when you actually go for a stroll in the buff? Worn Stories explores a nudist colony in America and how liberating it is to simply walk around undressed.
2-Clothes are mainly connected to human loss
When someone you know dies, you often remember them by the clothes you wore in the wake of your loving grandmother. A painted t-shirt commemorates the murder of a son and a necktie that survived while the house becomes a victim of the hurricane. Often the loss of our beloved may be remembered through the clothing items gifted or worn by the departed or during one’s great loss. The clothes are the symbol of loss and are often associated with a new dawn.
3-Clothing represents one’s expression
Clothing not only expresses your style, but it “also” helps you form a new identity as well as becomes a mode for people to judge or accept you in society. Clothing can also be a way for LGBTQ communities to convey their opinions. This simply means that clothing is such a powerful tool.