Fashion industry insiders such as Alexandre de Betak, responsible for some of the most high-octane fashion events in recent years, such as the Jacquemus spring/summer 2020 show pictured, believe fashion has to change after the pandemic. Photo: Getty Images
Fashion industry insiders such as Alexandre de Betak, responsible for some of the most high-octane fashion events in recent years, such as the Jacquemus spring/summer 2020 show pictured, believe fashion has to change after the pandemic. Photo: Getty Images
Fashion

Fashion is changing thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, starting with fashion weeks – expect catwalk shows tailored for social media and an emphasis on experiences

  • Alexandre de Betak, responsible for some of the world’s most talked-about fashion events, believes the pandemic is changing the industry – for the better
  • Although social media allows for catwalk shows anywhere, he and others believe physical events with physical audiences will continue – but they must offer more

Fashion industry insiders such as Alexandre de Betak, responsible for some of the most high-octane fashion events in recent years, such as the Jacquemus spring/summer 2020 show pictured, believe fashion has to change after the pandemic. Photo: Getty Images
Fashion industry insiders such as Alexandre de Betak, responsible for some of the most high-octane fashion events in recent years, such as the Jacquemus spring/summer 2020 show pictured, believe fashion has to change after the pandemic. Photo: Getty Images
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