As @Gore Motel mentioned, none of what you have listed are in demand and, as I said elsewhere, everyone and their dog has a psychology degree. There are three people in my immediate family who have one and don't use it. People take psychology because it's an easy major.
I find it odd that so many people pick degrees that won't net them much of anything. Artists are starving, psychology degrees are a dime a dozen, I only know two people with political science degrees who have a job in that field out of fifteen or so, and I only know one person with a job who has an anthropology degree and that is only because he went to law school afterwards.
If you were going to going to do fashion, you should already have a portfolio at this time unless you want to take the long route. Even though I have recently told a person to go into fashion design, I wouldn't suggest it for you unless you have experience in sewing and construction already or are ready and willing to learn quickly. He already has design experience and perquisites and a knack for it. I am unsure about you. I also have connections in the industry and can have him placed.
As for your mention of lawyering, I would also suggest against it as the market is flooded with people with expensive law degrees and few positions to be had. I also wouldn't suggest economics. It's a harsh field where the vast majority of people are incompetent and have no idea how things work. The curriculum is wrong in most cases and you'll probably never get job anywhere near your level of education.
You can either do it here or PM me, but I want you to list for me what you are good at and what skill sets you have. I'd also like you to list what you will absolutely not do along with what you want to do other than those four things listed above. At least at that point, things can be narrowed down.
I have no problem offering career advice to people are willing to listen, but you have to be realistic about it. I also have experience in a lot of different fields, so I can offer realistic, non-sugar coated advice and perspectives on the areas in question.