Fashion Designers and COVID-19 News. This is going to be quite a year, especially for the players in the fashion business. With the lockdown came many innovations that will see many changes in the fashion industry. Some of the key players in the Ugandan fashion industry share insights and projections for the year 2021. Anita Beryl, Fashion Designer: While Covid-19 had dire effects on the fashion industry, many designers have devised means of staying afloat. Fashion and trends have already been influenced by the different safety essentials now, with them being a part of every ensemble. Many people have learned how to work and survive during tough times. We look forward to more collections.” Ras Kasozi, Fashion Designer: The Covid- 19 crisis has decimated the global and local fashion industry and its supply chains. Locally, we are not likely to see a lot of changes because, in Uganda, we always don’t have pressure, especially in the fashion industry. We do things at our pace. Continue reading here: 2021 fashion projections by the stars. From Ugandan News Site.
Milan Fashion Week 2021
First fashion week opens without VIPs due to the virus. Italy’s fashion chamber is opening on Friday the first Milan Fashion Week that won’t have VIPS populating runway front rows, as the reality of Italy’s persistent resurgence of the coronavirus has forced an all-virtual format for presenting menswear previews. The organizers of Paris Fashion Week plan to hold audience-free men’s and haute couture shows later this month. Prospects for Milan’s February shows of mostly womenswear previews remain unclear; the Italian government on Friday announced a new round of virus-control restrictions through Feb. 15 that extend a ban on traveling between regions. Continue reading here: Milan Fashion Week 2021. News from Hindustan Times in India.
Moved by the Pandemic, Designers Put Sustainability Front
2020 was chock full of debates over how fashion and the concept of fashion week would change in a post-pandemic world. Conversations about the impending new world began as early as February—a whirlwind time that saw the usual vital energy of Fall/Winter 20-21 Milan and Paris fashion weeks eclipsed by growing fear and uncertainty about Covid-19. But months later, with cases rising again and parts of Europe entering a second lockdown, what the world watched during Spring/Summer ’21 fashion month was an example of what fashion week looks like in the midst of a pandemic. Continue reading here: Moved by the Pandemic, Designers Put Sustainability Front and Center in Spring Collections. News from Sourcing Journal in the USA.
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