I voted "strongly agree" but not for the reason I believe the OP meant.
Today's ski fashions affect me strongly in a negative way! The popular fashions in ski shops were born on the half pipe. They are marketed to younger skiers and riders who want to look like "slackers" for a lack of a better term.
I am 57 years old and do not want to wear ski pants that fall of my skinny ass and drag on the ground. I don't like pant legs so big I could slide both of my legs into one pant leg. I also don't want to wear a jacket that is so oversized that my normal size doesn't fit and sizing down one size fits me in the body but sleeves are too short.
Now I don't mind the bright colors and patterns so much, it is the fit that pisses me off. Why can't the apparel makers design ski wear that looks current but actually fits your body? I tend to prefer more technical ski wear that is becoming harder and harder to find.
At the shop I work at there isn't one pair of ski pants that I would buy for myself. They all look like snowboarding pants. Not a scuff guard among them. We do have a few jackets I like but I am good on shells right now but did need some new pants. I finally found a pair in the most unlikely of places, TJ Maxx. I got lucky and spotted some Cloudveil Gore Tex Soft Shell Pants for about 1/2 off their regular price. They fit in the waist, but the legs are still a bit too baggy and they are a tad too long, but they were the best I could find at a price I was willing to pay.