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.”
The revolutionary show will let viewers in more than 100 countries shop winning designs after every episode with just one click on the same online platform.
As stores close and physical interactions are minimized, online content and communication is critical for brands and retailers to keep moving, share positivity and service clients.
After years of caution, Daniella Kallmeyer committed to a five-year retail lease in October. Business was great, until it wasn’t.
Marc Jacobs talks about how he’s getting through the coronavirus crisis with the help of faith, meditation — and helping others however he can.
“Things I said ‘no’ to a week ago, now I say, let’s try it, let’s go out in a blaze of glory,” said Bobby Kim, cofounder of streetwear brand The Hundreds.
The organization will request the government to put further policies in place to protect freelancers not being hired, manufacturers and designers facing order cancellations.