The Windsor Women Fashion Effect
& A New Fashion Hierarchy for the Windsor Women
Austin, Texas. May 20, 2018 – The Windsor Women Fashion Effect appears ready to extend far beyond The Duchess Effect with the addition of a powerful new ‘brand’: that of Meghan Markle, the soon-to-be wife of Prince Harry, the current sixth in line to the British Throne.
Meghan Markle further enhances the already formidable ‘cred’ of the Windsor family beyond that of Princess Kate as she is widely known to the world. Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, first stood atop the Fashion Buzzword List back in 2012 for ‘the Duchess Effect’, according to the annual analysis by the Global Language Monitor (GLM).
GLM utilized over 20,000,000 data points and citations to produce its data arrays. This is but a single array in the analysis.
And Introducing, The New Fashion Hierarchy for the House of Windsor
House of Windsor New Fashion Hierarchy Commentary
1 Meghan Markle, Title yet to be Announced Meghan’s royal title will be announced during the ceremony
2 Diana, Princess of Wales Amazing staying power for Princess Di and fashion
3 Kate Middleton or Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge Kate has changed the course of British fashion for a number of years
4 Queen Elizabeth II High fashion has little to do with age.
5 Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York Fading from view but still a favorite of the Brits
6 Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall Camilla, ah Camilla! A mystery to the American mind.
7 Princess Charlotte Princess Charlotte is already moving up the chart…
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About Global Language Monitor
Founded in Silicon Valley, Austin, Texas-based GLM collectively documents, analyzes and tracks trends worldwide, with a particular emphasis upon the English language.
GLM employs proprietary ‘algorithmic methodologies’ such as the NarrativeTracker for global Internet and social media analysis. NarrativeTracker is based on global discourse, providing a real-time, accurate picture of what the public is saying about any topic, at any point in time. NarrativeTracker analyzes the Internet, blogosphere, the top 375,000 print and electronic global media, as well as new media sources, as they emerge. For more information, go to www.LanguageMonitor.com, call 1.737.215.7750 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.