One of the questions concerning the communication through fashion is whether the message possessed by fashion is the reflection of the internal or external identity.
There are arguments that support each of the sides; therefore it goes without saying that fashion is a polyhedral being that intersects numerous internal and external aspects of any personality. Clothes have an immense impact on the perception of people around and on the perception of the person wearing them, too.
Therefore, the clothing of a person is a mean of communication with the outside world. Communication by its definition is supposed to be bilateral.
It is the way of telling people about the state and the status of it owner [Barnes& Eicher 125]. So if a person carries a strong personal message to the people outside what is the response from their side?
Nevertheless, it is necessary to say that at the present moment fashion has a deeper influence on the life of people and possess more than just frivolous reasons for its existance.
Some examples of these standing out became very popular and were followed by more people. Nowadays, fashion is sometimes defined as a constantly changing trend, favored for frivolous rather than practical, logical, or intellectual reasons.
Historically the social message has wildly transformed.
It is very easily trace in Diana Cranes book Fashion and it social agendas.
The response is the reaction on the clothes the person it wearing.
It can be acceptance or complete outcast and a misunderstanding.