Fashion shows as we experienced them in February might be gone for good — and what will take their place is still up in the air, though it's likely to combine digital offerings and smaller gatherings that happen less frequently than the old fashion calendar mandated. "The fashion weeks were a very old machine. That is ending. Not dying — but reborn," said Alexandre de Betak of Bureau Betak.
For fashion to survive, it's going to have to become more responsible Corporate social responsibility and sustainability programs will have to move from sideline to central if fashion brands are going to survive in an era where people are being choosier than ever with how they spend their money. "Brands that start to factor environmental and social considerations into their business strategies now will likely be better-placed to weather future crises," writes Sarah Kent.
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