Consumers are moving from purchasing sustainable products to putting more emphasis on repairing and rewearing what they already have.
“It’s important to mention that you shouldn’t think this is going to save you — you can’t start eskimo-kissing your best friends,” said Los Angeles Apparel manufacturer Dov Charney of his company’s fashion masks.
The mogul’s Amazon warehouse workers are essential — as long as they don’t complain about unsafe conditions.
The shutdown of the entertainment business is affecting Hollywood’s image-makers, including wardrobe, hair and makeup stylists, and the designers, p.r. and showrooms that rely on celebrity exposure in L.A. and beyond.
Instead of pushing sales, fashion brands are using digital platforms to keep consumers busy and creative during self-isolation.
Chinese fashion designers and experts share dos and don’ts on taking fashion showcase online amid the coronavirus outbreak.
There’s one common thread: community.
Vera Wang focuses on her employees while mulling, “Will this change our whole perspective?”
The designer on her store, applying for grants — and staying hopeful.
In the wake of COVID-19, the designer’s mind-set “volleys between shock and heartache and focus.”