Models wear creations from the Valentino spring-summer 2020 collection during fashion week in Paris, France. Photo: AP Models wear creations from the Valentino spring-summer 2020 collection during fashion week in Paris, France. Photo: AP
Models wear creations from the Valentino spring-summer 2020 collection during fashion week in Paris, France. Photo: AP
Vincenzo La Torre
Opinion

Opinion

Vincenzo La Torre

For sustainable fashion weeks, ditch the limo, take the subway, and lower your carbon footprint by giving some a miss

  • The climate crisis was to the fore at Paris Fashion Week, from Dior and Stella McCartney’s climate-conscious collections to Kering going carbon neutral
  • But there’s more that guests and editors can do – use public transport, and consider whether you need to be in Paris, Milan, London and New York twice a year

Models wear creations from the Valentino spring-summer 2020 collection during fashion week in Paris, France. Photo: AP Models wear creations from the Valentino spring-summer 2020 collection during fashion week in Paris, France. Photo: AP
Models wear creations from the Valentino spring-summer 2020 collection during fashion week in Paris, France. Photo: AP
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Vincenzo La Torre

Vincenzo La Torre

Italian-born Vincenzo La Torre is Fashion Editor for the Post and Post Magazine, and started his career in fashion journalism after graduating from Columbia University in New York. He has previously worked for Vogue Japan, Harper's Bazaar Singapore and Prestige Hong Kong. Before joining the Post as fashion editor in 2017, Vincenzo was a member of the launch team of Vogue Arabia in Dubai.