An outfit from the Prada Multiple Views collection spring/summer 2021. Alessandro Michele, creative director of Gucci, says consumers will want beautiful things when we come out of the pandemic. Photo: Prada An outfit from the Prada Multiple Views collection spring/summer 2021. Alessandro Michele, creative director of Gucci, says consumers will want beautiful things when we come out of the pandemic. Photo: Prada
An outfit from the Prada Multiple Views collection spring/summer 2021. Alessandro Michele, creative director of Gucci, says consumers will want beautiful things when we come out of the pandemic. Photo: Prada
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Sportswear is up, luggage down; glam may be in, big-spending Asian students out – how coronavirus changed fashion in 2020

  • Chinese shoppers went online to buy activewear, hardly anyone bought new suitcases or travel bags, and antiviral fabrics, such as felt, are having a moment
  • As for 2021, frivolity is out but glam could be in when we all start shopping again, while cities used to big-spending Chinese students will be disappointed

Topic |   Fashion
An outfit from the Prada Multiple Views collection spring/summer 2021. Alessandro Michele, creative director of Gucci, says consumers will want beautiful things when we come out of the pandemic. Photo: Prada An outfit from the Prada Multiple Views collection spring/summer 2021. Alessandro Michele, creative director of Gucci, says consumers will want beautiful things when we come out of the pandemic. Photo: Prada
An outfit from the Prada Multiple Views collection spring/summer 2021. Alessandro Michele, creative director of Gucci, says consumers will want beautiful things when we come out of the pandemic. Photo: Prada
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