This period has been challenging for all of us: whether we are studying, working or procrastinating, we now have to do it from home. #stayhome #staysafe It’s hard because for decades we’ve been used to doing whatever we want, whenever we want! Now, something huge has come along which is forcing us to maintain social distance and self-isolate, not only for our own good but for others, too.
Due to coronavirus-related travel restrictions, many industries and companies have had to reconsider their business operations and reduce or even stop their activities: fashion is no exception.
Between coronavirus anxiety and Tuesday’s pension fund protest sending armed police into the street, making parts of Paris resemble a war zone once again — female designers’ leading brands like Chanel, Dior and Miu Miu gave us some welcome moments of pure escape.
The fashion industry, well known for exploiting natural resources, is reported to be one of the biggest contributors to pollution on our planet. However, thanks to increasing demand for transparency and environmentally friendly policies, especially from the new generations of consumers, brands have finally started making efforts to improve their supply chains by with new business practices and sustainable and ethical materials.