The pandemic killing off fashion trends? No, they're alive and well

Photo composite (from left): Burberry, Lanvin, Versace

When the pandemic hit this year in March, fashion labels began decrying the system of fashion seasons. The idea was that the industry has to slow down.

In the weeks after that when countries begin implementing restrictions and lockdowns, harried designers were asking for the frenetic calendar of fashion weeks to be revamped (or even abolished).

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