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What’s next? The fashion industry has been forced to change business strategies
What’s next? The fashion industry has been forced to change business strategies

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watched the opening show of SA Fashion Week’s TenTwentyTwenty Collections while having my supper. This sentence alone holds many clues to what the much-anticipated “new normal” will be, post-pandemic.

There’s common consensus that we’re not going back to life as we knew it in 2019. I’m not bothered about that. The way the world was unfolding in 2019 isn’t something we should be yearning to return to.

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