Second, we will learn whether many designers' recent flirtations with upcycling marks a real change or merely a passing trend.
But they have all recognized the pandemic reality and accepted the fact that even if a few actual people manage to get to the set, a show needs to be a digital experience for the vast majority.
hat means anything from a mini-movie to a cartoon to a straightforward catwalk parade filmed in a largely empty space, all posted to the brands' websites and social media feeds, as well as being hosted on the home pages of the various fashion weeks.
Then, in Paris, Gabriela Hearst will unveil her vision for the next stage of Chloé. And after a quiet presentation last season and a big Instagram presence, Matthew Williams will hold his first full-court dual-gender show for Givenchy.