By  on February 21, 2017

MILAN — They say timing is everything. Arab Fashion Week is betting on it, making a bold wager on the obsolescence of the traditional fashion calendar. The event’s fourth edition is set to coincide with resort collections in May, and not — as in the past — on the heels of Paris Fashion Week.

The plan to hold Dubai’s five-day fashion event from May 16 to 20 marks a bid to ride new market currents that are sloshing the fashion system, driven by changing demographics and the Internet.

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