😺👢👠👡🥾🥿 HI SISTERS! TRADITIONAL CATWALKS ARE STILL WIDELY USED, THEY HAVE BEEN CRITICISED FOR BEING EXCLUSIONARY, ELITIST AND OUT-OF-TOUCH WITH THE CHANGING TIMES, ENCOURAGING WASTE AND MASS CONSUMERISM TO TOP IT OFF.
The fashion show has been a mainstay of the industry for decades —the spectacle that combines high fashion and innovative space design has been an event that can draw hundreds of thousands of eyes from around the world whilst a select few sit at the epicentre of exhibition. But what happens when these lavish displays are seemingly no longer relevant?
Fashion shows were the ultimate experience for designers, buyers and consumers. They were a chance to show off the latest trends and fabrics in front of an audience that mattered most—the buyers; thus, forming a gateway for magazines, later blogs and then influencers, providing the gap between catwalk and consumer. But over the past few years, with an explosion of the Metaverse on the industry combined with growing concerns surrounding sustainability and changes in consumer behaviour, one big question comes to mind—is the fashion show dead?
London Fashion Week…
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