Should the fashion calendar make a comback? The industry remains divided

  • Style
  • Thursday, 06 May 2021

Saint Laurent was first to take the leap, announcing in April 2020 that it would skip Paris Fashion Week. And it has not returned. Photo: Instagra/Saint Laurent

It has been a year since Saint Laurent broke away from the traditional fashion calendar, and with its latest collection again presented as an online film recently, many wonder if the old schedules will ever return.

The pandemic accelerated an existing trend of major fashion houses questioning whether the punishing rhythm of endless fashion weeks and midseason shows was good for creativity or the climate.

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