In a fashion week like no other, designers focused their collections on a more optimistic future, where casualwear and sweatsuits are a vestige of the past.
The Belgian designer talked about his creative methods at the WWD Virtual Apparel and Retail CEO Summit.
Academics and curators are navigating a sea change in thinking and public opinion over the borrowing of material culture, particularly from disenfranchised parts of the world.
Now more than ever, brands have to listen to, and actively engage with customers, asking them “What do you want to see?” and “How are we doing?”
Kors is evaluating the fashion calendar and plans to present the spring collection later in the fall.
The start of the sales has been pushed back to July 15 from June 25 to help retailers shift spring inventory at full price.
The museum in Amsterdam will be working with IMG to develop an array of new consumer products inspired by the post-Impressionist artist’s work.
Donna Karan has long predicted that too-early deliveries would ruin fashion. In the wake of COVID-19, others finally believe her.
Olsen is also at work on a book publishing project, curatorial ones and an inter-disciplinarynomadic space.