Copenhagen Fashion summit postponed to October due to coronavirus
Global Fashion Agenda announced that the Copenhagen Fashion summit is postponed to October due to growing concerns around the COVID-19 outbreak.
The central business event on sustainability in fashion every year sets discussions on the most critical environmental issues facing the fashion industry. It started in 2009 with a mission to drive urgent change within the framework of the UN’s Global Goals.
The Copenhagen Fashion Summit emphasised that the health and safety of their team, as well as the participants from across the globe, was their first priority.
HERE IS HOW THE REST OF THE FASHION INDUSTRY REACTED TO CORONAVIRUS
May trade fairs and exhibitions that had to take place in May and June were postponed to September and October.
The leading menswear fair Pitti Uomo will take place from 2nd to 4th September 2020.
Milano Unica will take place on 7th, 8th and 9th September 2020.
Paris Fashion Week this year took place just as the outbreak was beginning in France. On February 24th, the first day of the shows, the number of reported cases was just 14, by the last day, France had more than 200. Design houses were handing out face masks and some high profile buyers didn’t attend at all.
Ralph Lauren has cancelled his runway show that was planned to take place in April in New York. Burberry’s show in Shanghai and Gucci’s in San Francisco have been called off. Prada has abandoned a show in Tokyo. Fashion weeks in Shanghai and Beijing have also been postponed.
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