With the millennial generation of women on the rise, many are wearing new outfits and styles to showcase their individuality.
A new trend emerged earlier this year when teens from the UK started wearing clothing to show their support for animal welfare and animal rights, as well as the upcoming International Day Against Hunting.
A young woman who wanted to wear a crop top and long pants and a denim jacket, but also wear high heels, decided to take her outfit to a fashion show and topless on the red carpet, according to the UK news site The Independent.
“We wanted to create a bold, edgy statement about animal rights,” the young woman told the newspaper.
“It’s a bold statement that people will not only get behind, but will feel empowered to get behind as well.”
The young woman, who went by the name Lucy, said the outfit was inspired by her love of fashion.
“I’ve always been a fashion lover and I have a huge love for fashion and women,” she said.
“And when I saw this dress that I could wear to the fashion show, I thought, ‘I could actually wear this to the Fashion Show and really showcase my style and my style will show people that I am fashion conscious and I’m very conscious of my environment.”
She added, “It was a bold choice that I made to not only showcase my own style but to make it an iconic piece that people would associate me with.”