Will runways go dark as designers pull out of seasonal fashion weeks?


By AGENCY

Saint Laurent, known for its spectacular runway shows, is one of the fashion houses to announce a withdrawal from the fashion calendar.

"Nothing will ever be the same again" has been the constant refrain of the coronavirus era. But for the fashion world that may well be true.

Tectonic plates have been shifting inside the industry during the lockdown, with a wave of designers standing up to say that the mad whirr of the fashion circus has to slow.

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