The resurgence of Covid-19 in Europe is increasing the uncertainty surrounding September fashion events. Trade show and fashion week organisers are trying to cope, amidst postponements, cancellations and online options.
Just when one thought that you’d expire from the lack of any new fashion in London Fashion Week’s debut digital season, along came Tiscar Espadas, Xander Zhou and Ka Wa Key with some genuinely new clothes.
London Fashion Week debuted its first ever fully digital season Friday morning, and from the opening moment it referenced the world outside fashion – from the pandemic to protests ignited by the murder of George Floyd.
Fashion’s biggest collective experiment in many years kicks off Friday morning in the UK with the debut of London Fashion Week Digital, a three-day season which will be a closely watched laboratory for the industry.
More details are emerging about the events that we will see during the newly digital London Fashion Week from Friday with Mount Street offering behind-the-scenes footage of some of its best known names.
Copenhagen Fashion Week has released more details of what the event will look like on its August new dates with news of a "hybrid" format this time. The new format will mix digital experiences with physical events.