Sunday 01, Nov 2020, Delhi (India)
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The latest fashion news is that the Italian designer Riccardo Tisci is planning to stage high-end fashion brand Burberry presentation under British skies in September. The best part about the show is, all are welcome to the spring 2021 outdoor show, although they will have to enjoy it digitally.
The latest fashion industry news, the international fashion brand, also available in India- Givenchy has announced that designer Matthew M Williams will be the brand's new Creative Director.
The latest fashion industry news is about the union between the two design icons- Vespa and Christian Dior. The international fashion brand in India – Christian Dior and the Italian scooter brand Vespa have united to create the latest and new version of Vespa 946 with a complementing line of accessories.
As the pandemic changes the psychology of consumer behavior, fashion giants also meander their sales and branding strategies to sell thelatest fashion for women, men, and kids.
The fashion industry news boasts that the sustainable fashion company, Woolmark introduces knitting series by five International fashion designers from the Woolmark Prize Alumni.
The most awaited event of the fashion world- Met Gala, is virtual for the first time since its inception 72 years back. The biggest event of the fashion industry took a virtual turn due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The French fashion house, Saint Laurent will not showcase its collections in any present schedules of the year as it adapts to the Coronavirus crisis, it has also decided not to take part in the Paris Fashion Week this year.
British Fashion Council through its official Instagram announced that on Friday 12, June, London Fashion Week will relaunch as a digital-only platform open to all, merging menswear and womenswear, taking care of the current scenario while
London Fashion Week has announced to go gender-neutral for a complete year as the British Fashion Council abdicates binary shows beginning this June. The Spring 2021 shows, scheduled for September this year, haven't yet been canceled, though.