HOW HAS COVID-19 AFFECTED STYLE AND FASHION
Forming a tactic involves a crisis, and fashion is no different. Some of the best projects have been born of hardship. When supplies were scarce around the First World War era, Coco Chanel produced women’s couture pieces from forged fabrics. This time led to a significant change from restrained corsets to casual dress in women’s wear, making Chanel the revolutionary brand to beat.
COVID-19 AFFECTED STYLE AND FASHION
About every sector has had a colossal influence on the Covid-19 pandemic, whether it be unprecedented demand on health care, shuttering of non-essential firms, or retailers that need to rethink their re-stocking strategies and operating hours. COVID-19 affected style and fashion as the fashion industry has also experienced the effects of a global health crisis. While much non-‘essential staff’ may feel like sitting ducks, influencers and fashion-focused celebrities have taken it upon themselves to find ways to participate during this pandemic. By doing online promotional activities and selling online.
MASKS & THE FASHION INDUSTRY
Who would have thought that masks would become a norm like this. Yes, face masks have grown to be a classy and trendy fashion statement recently. Not only do facemasks have health significance, but they also became an integral part of your daily attire, from casual to professional. The face mask will remain a part of just about every fashion designer’s arsenal until we see the pandemic go away completely.
While it seems like the whole of 2020 was postponed, with events delayed, from Glastonbury to the Olympics and social calendars sensibly swept clean across our phones, fashion is searching for other ways to keep us connected, informed, and inspired. Shanghai Fashion Week started entirely digitally on March 24. Thirty-one designers unveiled their new collections through social media and websites with the upcoming talent support network “Labelhood.”
CHANGE IN STYLE AT WORKPLACES
Part of the explanation that casualty will remain here is that it is an earlier theme extension. From suits in the ’90s to khakis in the 2000s, we can see what seems appropriate to wear to the workplace. Some employees, particularly men in the artistic or tech industries, have felt comfortable wearing hoodies and joggers to work in recent years. This is how COVID-19 affected style and fashion, as; it makes sense why we leaned into this style during the pandemic when many individuals needed fashionable clothes to wear as they worked from home. The uncertain times force the supply chain to be set up to push out more of these clothes, crucially quickly.
As we enter 2021, the fashion industry is breathing a little better. The vaccinations are in a full spread, and it seems like by the end of this year, we will have the creative and evolving fashion industry come up with new trends as always.