1. The Fashion World, Upended by Coronavirus
The growing coronavirus threat chased the luxury fashion world from Milan to Paris. A real crisis looms for designers, retailers and shoppers. Many attendees were sleep deprived; some were already sneezing and coughing from seasonal colds. Design houses were handing out face masks before their shows. Several high-profile American buyers and magazine editors, including those from T: The New York Times Magazine, decided to leave Paris early; some didn’t come at all.
2. Can Coronavirus Live On Clothes? Your Fashion Questions, Answered
Now a pandemic, coronavirus is having a major impact on the lives of people across the globe. Major events are cancelled or postponed, travel is restricted, companies are asking employees to work remotely, and a certain segment of the population is just learning how to properly wash their hands. And while many grapple with disruptions to their everyday routine, some coronavirus patients suffer far worst fates as hospital beds fill up and the death toll continues to rise. But there’s still a lot that remains unknown about the virus, specifically as it impacts one of the mainstays of your daily life: your clothing. Can coronavirus live on clothes? Is it safe to rent clothing or shop online?
3. Can fashion ever be sustainable?
The fashion industry accounts for about 10% of global carbon emissions, and nearly 20% of wastewater. And while the environmental impact of flying is now well known, fashion sucks up more energy than both aviation and shipping combined but there are ways to reduce the impact your wardrobe has on the climate.
4. Fall 2020’s Most Important Accessory Trends
Vogue has been chronicling fashion trends since 1892, and for a great span of that time, accessories have taken a back seat to clothing. Debates about shifting hemlines, wild new couture shapes, and the play of sexy silhouettes versus a more serious, ascetic way of dressing have long reigned supreme. The times when Vogue has emphasized the importance of accessories has often coincided with moments of global crisis.
5. Paris Fashion Week highlights: Fall 2020
Despite nerves in Europe over coronavirus, Paris fashion week remained the most glamorous lap of fashion month. Hedi Slimane showed a beautiful with a last-minute Yeezy show. Celebs Timothée Chalamet and Maisie Williams sat front row, while boldface names surprised on the runway (Rita Ora at Miu Miu). In many ways — shockingly, wonderfully — it was business as usual. Fantastical frills and all.