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Designers around the world are calling for the traditional fashion calendar to be torn up. The question is, why does the style industry need so many seasons?
Fashion wants to do away with its seasons. But what does it mean for Malaysia? Will designers and consumers here be affected in any way if the seasonality of the industry is abolished?
Runways around the world were already presenting face masks before the emergence of Covid-19. Although, the message back then was different.
The essentials deemed necessary for dressing up have changed. Face masks are now part and parcel of a whole outfit or “look”.
Disposable or vital art: how will PSA posters on social media be remembered after the pandemic?
From making donations to shutting down their websites, the fashion industry sees a wave of support from brands for the Black Lives Matter movement.
People once dressed themselves in designer clothes, now they’re doing it with their Animal Crossing video game avatars.
Two of Malaysia’s most recognisable names in fashion, Tom Abang Saufi and Melinda Looi, have partnered to launch face masks that send a message of togetherness.
Malaysian designers and labels are returning to well-loved classic silhouettes for their Hari Raya collections this year, where the pieces can be dressed up or down for different occasions.
While style will remain a big part of Hari Raya, those celebrating are expected to tone down the fashion aspect of the festivities.