I've been told that any care for your appearance, attention to how you dress, or any effort to look your best is "fashion" broadly speaking. Concern for specific designer gear, by contrast, they call "haute couture" and is a much narrower thing. OK. But it really seems to me that genuinely attractive people don't need high end labels, the latest looks or styles, or much beyond certain basics to command attention and impress people. In fact, I'd say that such thing detract attention from the natural good looks of good-looking people and focus it on their stuff, styles or "look". (BTW by good-looking I mean not just handsome or pretty faces, but healthy skin, good teeth, lean fit physiques, clear eyes and other signs of good health and physical vigor). Conversely, brilliant jewelry, the best designer clothes, expert make-up, hair-styles by talented stylists all seem better suited for less attractive people whose flaws can best hidden and whatever more limited assets they have most enhanced by such things. I'm leaving aside, of course, that there are specific situations like some work-places where what you wear really matters. Do others see it this way, or is it just me?