Four fashion power brokers offer their lessons and predictions.
A year ago, when Fashion Week had gone entirely digital, The New York Times gathered four industry power brokers together to wrestle with the question of what the pandemic and its effects meant for the business and what we would wear. People were making all sorts of predictions about sweatpants taking over the world and the future of seasons, shows and sales — not to mention sustainability and social justice.
This week, as physical fashion shows return, we returned to that format, posing the question: “What, if anything, have we learned over the last 12 months, and where we are going?” Our
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