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With the best business practices or the right attitude, the fashion industry can indeed create a positive social impact.
Many top brands will be combining menswear and womenswear collections for the upcoming Autumn/Winter 2021 Milan Fashion Week. It will comprise both physical and digital shows.
So, what does 2021 hold for the fashion industry? It looks like the trends of last year will continue on, mirroring the change in lifestyle since the pandemic hit.
The Arab Fashion Week Men's is said to offer the breadth of menswear beyond formal attire and street wear, and paves the way for gents in the Middle East to embrace a more adventurous wardrobe.
Secondhand is increasingly seen as the future of fashion. Even big name labels are now keen to set a new and more sustainable standard for the industry.
The first-ever genderless and all-digital London Fashion Week, which concluded on June 14, presented a wide range of diverse and varied content – without runway shows though.
Trying on a couture gown, stepping inside a luxury boutique, building a red carpet-worthy wardrobe. Some dream experiences are becoming more accessible since the world went into lockdown.
Jenna Lyons, the former creative director and president of J. Crew, is now the star of HBO Max's reality show 'Stylish With Jenna Lyons'. Here, she speaks about her favourite fashion moments on film.
Exchanging clothes could soon be the new way of shopping. A swap shop initiative for designer clothing will be popping up in New York in April.
The Met Gala – an annual high-wattage celebration of both fashion and celebrity which was cancelled last year because of the pandemic – will return in person, first in September, then again in 2022 in its usual slot of the first Monday in May.