Looks like the way fashions work has changed slightly. It used to be one colour, one style, and one fabric. Now:
This week, Gapp is favouring silk clothes and the colours white and violet. He particularly desires that His children should glorify His name by adorning their garments with rhinestones.
It's too soon to tell yet whether it's always going to be one fabric, two colours, and one... trim option? Nobody seems to know how the rhinestones thing works, yet. --Ilde (talk) 18:42, 16 June 2016 (EDT)
This week, Gapp is favouring cashmere clothes and the colours blue and mauve. He particularly desires that His children should glorify His name by adorning their garments with pearls.
Again, one material, two colours, and one decoration. Still don't know:
- how frequently/under what circumstances the fashion changes now. It seems to have changed after a couple of days of uptime this last time. Maybe it's the same time every week now. The finger info does still say "this week", but maybe that's wrong.
- what makes an item fashionable WRT the decoration, if you have to get a custom item that's decorated with pearls etc., or if it has to have the decoration in the name, or what. The finger info also seems to hint that the decoration is "better" than the other ways something can be stylish.