How Covid Is Transforming the $380 Billion Luxury Fashion Industry | The Business of Fashion Show – YouTube

How Covid Is Transforming the $380 Billion Luxury Fashion Industry | The Business of Fashion Show



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  • Published On: 2021-10-01 09:30:12
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Founder and CEO of The Business of Fashion, Imran Amed travels to Paris for the first time since global lockdowns to find designers Demna Gvasalia of Balenciaga and Marine Serre exploring provocative strategies toward building a more socially and environmentally conscious fashion industry.

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27 comments
  1. AND WHILE YOU FASHION DESIGNERS ARE THINKING ABOUT THE NEW TREND AND WHAT TO INSTILL IN PEOPLE'S BRAINS SO THE MASSES BUY AND WEAR YOUR "DESIGNS" MAKE SURE YOU THINK ABOUT INCREASING THE WAGES OF YOUR EMPLOYEES AND GIVE THEM INCENTIVES AND TREAT THEM WELL.

  2. If they can keep it out of the landfill, I'm happy. The next issue is tiny bits of plastic threads, glitter, sequence, rinestones etc. Think India's gorgeous wedding and holiday garments

  3. Its interesting that they talk about diversity and inclusion in fashion, yet its still almost inly males telling women what to wear. The only woman was trying to change the fashion industry that men created to destroy the planet.

  4. I appreciate all forms of art, and fashion or rather clothesmaking can really be one, but we have to admit these people behave like they're curing cancer. It IS important for these things to have a place in society, but I see that because of the surge of social media and conspicuous billionaires fashion is now overvalued relative to other disciplines. Which ironically leads to it ultimately being devalued. Too much hot air has been blown into it.

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