Photo: somethingstartedcrazy Move over, fashionistas. This fall, the recessionistas are taking over. With the economy unraveling like a Forever 21 sweater, terms like "recessionista" and "slow fashion" are popping up all over. Last month, a piece in Alabama's Press-Register proclaimed, "Fall fashion 2008: The year of the recessionista," and The New York Times devoted a recent style piece to the "recessionista" moniker, pronouncing it "A Label for a Pleather Economy." Trendsetters are advised to hold clothing swaps and shop at thrift stores to score clothes that are new to them, if not brand-new. Meanwhile, the admittedly small and elitist slow-fashion …
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