Fetishes are like phobias. You don’t always know you have one, but it’s there. And chances are, it has a name. Both understanding the covert secrecy involved in practicing one’s fetish and seeing a future with “bolder, crazier and more outlandish fashion,” Lidewij Edelkoort has come up with “Fetishism in Fashion.” The style forecaster approached these sartorial fetishes — infantilism, transvestism, monochromatic black, among 50 in all — with ample visual evidence and utmost scientific precision. And surely, sexy scientist is a fetish to someone.