Dissecting the new normal in fashion: 'Stronger, smarter, more innovative'

Like the rest of the world, Malaysia has adapted. Our local designers have survived the pandemic – either through sheer determination or by being resourceful, and they have learnt from it too. Photo: Filepic

Fashion is always fluid. Trends change in a blink of an eye. Yet, last year was very much an unprecedented period for the industry. The changes witnessed could have never been expected.

A little over a year after the first MCO was implemented in Malaysia (March 18, 2020), a fair number of us still work at home. Not forgetting that a face mask is now a more important accessory compared to say, a bag or even jewellery.

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