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Gucci’s creative director, Alessandro Michele, has announced plans to slash the number of fashion shows the brand holds each year, shifting from the “worn-out” show roster towards twice-yearly “seasonless” events.
Just a week after luxury designers and retailers teamed up to demand a shift in fashion’s selling calendar, the fashion industry’s leading bodies have put up a united front to support the new direction.
The British Fashion Council announced that menswear and womenswear shows will merge into a “gender neutral” digital platform for June. It seems likely that flexibility will be a key trend for the new season.
In reaction to the ongoing coronavirus crisis, London Fashion Week will merge its womenswear and menswear schedules in a new digital format.
Three designers who show at London Fashion Week and London Fashion Week Men’s tell Drapers how the coronavirus pandemic has affected their businesses
From postponements to digitalisations, keep on top of how Covid-19 is affecting European trade shows and international fashion weeks.
Drapers recaps the trends you need to know from the Milan Fashion Week Men’s autumn catwalks.