Many consider the popular HBO television show “Sex and the City” to be “the biggest pop culture influence on fashion in the past decade” and attribute it with “really giving TV audiences a fashion education. However, with this “education” has come an obsession. A $350 billion a year obsession. Although America has always been conscious of the world of apparel, now “[m]ovies, television shows, the Internet and the media are demystifying fashion, [and] bringing it to the masses.” Even those who make every effort to avoid making a statement with their fashion are affected by the ever-changing trends and statements of the fashion world. An industry that was once “only for the rich” now allows any innocent bystander to play the fashion game.