What do Malaysian designers think about the call for fashion to go seasonless?

Fashion wants to do away with its seasons. But what does it mean for Malaysia? Pictured here (from left) are Rico Rinaldi, Vincent Siow, Kenny Loh and Khoon Hooi.

Fashion wants to do away with its seasons. Coming from big-name designers around the world, Saint Laurent's Anthony Vaccarello, Gucci's Alessandro Michele, Giorgio Armani and more – the revolt questions the frenetic pace to which collections adhere to.

But what does it mean for Malaysia? Will designers and consumers here be affected in any way if the labelling (for example, Spring/Summer, Autumn/Winter, Pre-Fall, Cruise) are removed?

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