The Leeang Huang show at Central Saint Martins during London Fashion Week earlier this year. Post-Covid-19, what will the future of fashion look like for graduates who want to strike out on their own? Photo: Getty Images for BFC The Leeang Huang show at Central Saint Martins during London Fashion Week earlier this year. Post-Covid-19, what will the future of fashion look like for graduates who want to strike out on their own? Photo: Getty Images for BFC
The Leeang Huang show at Central Saint Martins during London Fashion Week earlier this year. Post-Covid-19, what will the future of fashion look like for graduates who want to strike out on their own? Photo: Getty Images for BFC
Fashion

Should 2020 fashion graduates hope to follow Alexander Wang and Molly Goddard by launching own labels, or intern at a fashion house first?

  • Starting a fashion label will be harder than usual in 2020 given graduate shows – essential to make an impression and develop contacts – were moved online
  • There’s the recession triggered by Covid-19 too, which means a fashion industry in flux will be hiring less. Yet crisis also brings opportunity, insiders say

Topic |   Fashion
The Leeang Huang show at Central Saint Martins during London Fashion Week earlier this year. Post-Covid-19, what will the future of fashion look like for graduates who want to strike out on their own? Photo: Getty Images for BFC The Leeang Huang show at Central Saint Martins during London Fashion Week earlier this year. Post-Covid-19, what will the future of fashion look like for graduates who want to strike out on their own? Photo: Getty Images for BFC
The Leeang Huang show at Central Saint Martins during London Fashion Week earlier this year. Post-Covid-19, what will the future of fashion look like for graduates who want to strike out on their own? Photo: Getty Images for BFC
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