The September 2013 issue of Harper’s Bazaar, features a page dedicated to those in their 60s and 70s.
Perhaps the preeminent authority on what’s hot, this edition of Harpers Bazaar is created to accompany the launch of NYC’s fashion week, and its legendary “Fabulous at Every Age” segment now features a page dedicated to those in their 60s and 70s.
According to this article in HuffPost’s, this week’s fashion show in New York City’s Lincoln Center will see a new feature — ageing — which, if markets have anything to say, could shortly be at the industry’s cutting edge. The fashion-label Cole Haan’s “Born in 1928” is as prescient as it is progressive.
Michael Hodin, the author, makes a striking comment about to coincidence of fashion recognising the ageing consumer and age-friendly cities. He says ; “For age-friendly cities to take off, they need to follow fashion’s lead. What are the marketplace incentives that can turn age-friendly development from “the right thing to do” to “the commercially advantageous thing to do.” If it’s the latter, the former will take care of itself.