Can we also talk about the garment workers and the whole supply chain involved with style and fashion? The whole issue of style and fashion predominately refers to women, and I think it's really a disservice to not talk about how the women in the 'fashion' industry are treated, not just in who is considered stylish, but in who made our clothes. Female seamstresses still get paid less than their male counterparts across the globe. You also raise the idea of style and fashion to the elitist, which disregards so many others.
I don't think this article considered women enough and I actually find it a little sexist in what it didn't say.