Corona Virus Outbreak Impact on The Fashion Industry

Across the world, corona virus is out breaking very quickly as it is not only impacting the lives and health of the people but also almost every industry is getting impacted by this in many ways The manufacturing, the supply, the market everything. In short whole supply chain of most of the industries getting affected. Coming to the fashion industry, the effect of this deadly virus is not a good sign for the upcoming days.We all know the virus was originated from china and nowadays it is creating its dis-effects in counties like Italy, Japan, Egypt, Iran, U.S, and the U.K. Clearly the business and supply chain will obviously get disturbed in many aspects.The coronavirus outbreak is impacting the fashion’s industry in many ways like.

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corona-virus-outbreak-impact-on-the-fashion-industry

Across the world, corona virus is out breaking very quickly as it is not only impacting the lives and health of the people but also almost every industry is getting impacted by this in many ways The manufacturing, the supply, the market everything. In short whole supply chain of most of the industries getting affected. Coming to the fashion industry, the effect of this deadly virus is not a good sign for the upcoming days.We all know the virus was originated from china and nowadays it is creating its dis-effects in counties like Italy, Japan, Egypt, Iran, U.S, and the U.K. Clearly the business and supply chain will obviously get disturbed in many aspects.The coronavirus outbreak is impacting the fashion’s industry in many ways like.

Discontinuity in the supply chain

Previously we discussed the virus is originated from China and most of the luxury brands have their textile manufacturing factories in china.Even estimation is that the china is covering up to one-third of the textile and clothing of across the globe. Just because of this virus the manufacturing of the raw material gets affected. In most of the manufacturing unit, the workers and the staff members are unable to work properly because the people are bound to avoid public places. The cities are under lockdown and health inspections are takin place on daily basis.This happened to result in plenty of workers and resources in manufacturing units.

This condition is the same in almost all industries related to fashion brands. The manufacturing units are unable to out their orders to the global market on time. This results in the delay in the supply of the fashion accessories to the inventory of top brands. And if the demand and completion get affected than the customers from across the globe will get detached from their trusted brands.

Delay in the summer collection

Disturbance in the supply chain directly impacts on the upcoming summer collections of almost every brand which will have to come in a few months. The top brands like Armani, Vogue, Dolce, Gabbana, etc will have to release their summer collection in a few months like every year. But because of this coronavirus outbreak is impacting the fashion’s Industry, the supply of the fashion products in market gets disturbed and the brands are bound to postpone the summer collections by one or more months. This thing is also affecting the holiday offers which truly will affect the overall sales and profitability of the particular brand.

Delay in summer collection directly hit the overall consumption and sales. The situation will be more problematic for the brands that have to supply directly to the retailers as they are in the contract with them to full fill their inventory by a particular date. So it will result in the delay of summer collection by almost one or more months by which is way too late for top fashion brands.

Super Model Naomi Campbel taking precautions against Corona Virus
Super Model Naomi Campbel taking precautions against Corona Virus

Cancellation/postpone of Fashion events

Fashion events play a very crucial role in the brandings of any top brand. The retailers and customers get aware and will be get updated for the upcoming collection of a particular brand. After the outbreak of corona virus, many fashion events get cancelled just because of the very low recently Green day announced that they will postpone their Asian tour just because of some health issues due to corona virus. Although some of the fashion designers doing their level best to deliver the fashion accessories on time to remain in continuity. In Paris, Fashion week models were seen wearing a mask to promote the outfits’ compatibility with the virus. Just like these events many other events will be cancelled or postponed. Cancellation of these events will directly impact on the public of the collection. Now most of the brands are bound to supply their products through online shops which are quite an effective approach to get in touch with their customers

Coronavirus crisis and the fashion Industry

Corona Virus Outbreak Impact on The Fashion IndustrySo the corona virus crisiss is affecting the overall supply chain of almost all industries. What happen next is, the manufacturing units are in loss and not able to generate much revenue because due to discontinuity in the supply to the vendor brands the overall profitability is impacted much harder. And the overall delay in the whole process affects the jobs or the employees who are involved in this industry. From the manufacturers end because of non-involvement of workers the companies are bound to rationalize the jobs. Also the supplier end and retailer all the departments are highly impacted. It seems that for the upcoming winter season the brands have to set up their manufacturing units in such areas where there is no thread of obviously it will be not easy for them but steps should be taken to get in the normal.  https://blog.styliafoe.com/corona-virus-outbreak-impact-on-the-fashion-industry/

At New York Fashion Week, the Runway Show Is Back

Designers pulled out all the stops at New York Fashion Week with over-the-top shows that layered on elaborate sets and live performances

Models at rag & bone’s show Sept. 6 during New York Fashion Week. PHOTO: ANGELA WEISS/AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE/GETTY IMAGES

More was more at New York Fashion Week, which ends today, making the case that live runway shows are relevant in a digital world.

Designers, including some who recently had skipped showing in New York, stormed back. Some houses dazzled audiences with glitzy venues, performers—and even a robot—as if conceding that clothes alone aren’t enough to inspire excitement. Here are five highlights of the week.

The Runway Show Is Back

The fashion show, which seemed in peril just a few seasons ago, is definitely in vogue. The number of shows on the calendar of IMG— organizer of one Fashion Week—rose to 100 this season from 83 last season.

Jason Wu is among those who returned to the catwalk after taking two seasons off and hosting small presentations while his label reassessed business. Upscale contemporary fashion house rag & bone hosted runway shows following several seasons of presentations, short films and videos to preview collections. Just last year, founder and chief brand officer Marcus Wainwright told the WSJ the traditional runway show “doesn’t feel original” anymore. This time, Mr. Wainwright shook things up with a blend of technology and live performers. The rag & bone show had a circular runway, dancers, the Brooklyn Youth Chorus and drummers from the band Atoms of Peace. A robot captured video of the show and broadcast the footage on screens throughout the venue.

“Taking a break from presenting the collection in a traditional format has allowed us to explore different narratives that align with our brand aesthetic,” Mr. Wainwright said. “And to bring that all together under one roof, was in effect our answer to creating more of an experience, rather than a straight fashion show.”

Ralph Lauren transformed a Wall Street site into ‘Ralph’s Club,’ an over-the-top glamorous nightspot inspired by 1920s and ’30s New York City. PHOTO: BILLY FARRELL/BFA

Take Me Away

Forget your troubles and just get happy. That’s what Ralph Lauren was after when he transformed a Wall Street building into an Art Deco nightclub inspired by 1920s and 1930s New York City. The evening set a new bar for over-the-top glamour and excitement. As guests in black tie or black-and-white arrived at “Ralph’s Club,” a band played American Songbook favorites. Models sauntered among the tables and booths, showing off the clothes. After the show, Janelle Monae brought the house down by singing jazz tunes, dancing on tables and engaging the audience in call-and-response.

“Ralph’s Club was about getting dressed up and wearing something that you love that makes you feel good and then going to a place that lifts you up for that moment,” said Mr. Lauren, who has made his runway shows immersive experiences in recent years.

Tommy Hilfiger also embraced escapism, showing his latest collection co-designed with performer Zendaya at the Apollo Theater in Harlem. The outdoor set recreated a ’70s-era block party with models dancing to recorded music amid brownstone stoops and shiny convertibles. Tom Ford celebrated iconic New York by showing in an abandoned subway station. The designer cited a 1965 photo of Andy Warhol and muse Edie Sedgwick atop a New York City manhole as an inspiration.

The Deveaux New York show had a drumline and singers, seen on the runway with designer Tommy Ton, in white shirt. PHOTO: MIKE COPPOLA/GETTY IMAGES

Turn Up the Volume

Models parading down a catwalk aren’t enough to thrill camera-phone-wielding guests. They need Instagrammable entertainment—so having a dance or song performance has almost become a must. Designers hope such bells and whistles enhance the clothes, not distract from them. Deveaux New York, a New York-based luxury minimalist line that specializes in elevating wardrobe classics, hosted a celebratory show with a drumline, a small band and lead singers who have appeared on “The Voice.” Models, including amateurs as well as notables like Veronica Webb and DJ Honey Dijon, danced on the runway. The Blonds, a luxury house whose over-the-top getups are favored by entertainers, collaborated with “Moulin Rouge! The Musical” for its fashion show at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre. Cast members performed songs while celebrities including Billy Porter and Paris Hilton made appearances. Ulla Johson’s show included a small indie band. Meanwhile, Christian Siriano of “Project Runway” fame set up gallerist and painter Ashley Longshore on stage. As models including Siriano favorite Coco Rocha strode around her, Ms. Longshore worked on huge portraits of Frida Kahlo, Laverne Cox, Ms. Rocha and others.

Guests arrived at the Pyer Moss show Sunday at the Kings Theatre in Brooklyn. PHOTO: KENA BETANCUR/AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE/GETTY IMAGES

A Social Event

Pyer Moss’s show was highly anticipated after designer Kerby Jean-Raymond took a season off from the runway treadmill. Mr. Raymond, who grew up in Brooklyn, wanted his young fans to be part of the spectacle at the Kings Theatre in the borough’s Flatbush neighborhood. The 32-year-old designer used social media to make that happen, first through open casting calls on Instagram and then by inviting 500 fans, also on Instagram. The other 2,500 guests were a mix of friends, celebrities and industry professionals. Thousands of people sought tickets; Mr. Jean-Raymond reposted a fan’s message joking that she was willing “to sell her soul” to get in.

Brandon Maxwell, on the runway at his show Saturday, was among designers who held shows in Brooklyn. PHOTO: BEBETO MATTHEWS/ASSOCIATED PRESS

Brooklyn Is the Place to Be

In recent years, just two or three high-profile brands took the edgy step of making the fashion flock trek from Manhattan to the hip borough of Brooklyn. This season, an increasing number of designers—even die-hard Manhattan fan Michael Kors—held shows there. Brandon Maxwell, who won the top womenswear designer award this year from the Council of Fashion Designers, turned a Brooklyn event space into a bar called Brandon’s. A neon pink sign spelled out the name of the bar, which offered cotton candy and sippy cups of cocktails such as a “New Fashioned.” Tory Burch showed at the Brooklyn Museum, where the CFDA has twice held its annual awards. Also showing in Brooklyn were Phillip Lim, Rihanna (for the second time) and Eckhaus Latta, a fashion-show-in-Brooklyn pioneer. Why? Because Brooklyn is cool. Mr. Maxwell lives there, as do a number of young designers, and, he told Women’s Wear Daily, he wanted to celebrate the place.

Corrections & Amplifications
The Council of Fashion Designers of America and events and talent manager IMG organized separate New York fashion week calendars. An earlier version of this article failed to mention that CFDA organizes its own calendar, incorrectly implying there is only one fashion week calendar. (Sept. 13, 2019) Models at the Tommy Hilfiger x Zendaya show danced to recorded music. An earlier version of this article incorrectly said they danced to live music. (Sept. 11, 2019)

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