How Will the Pandemic Change the Fashion Industry?

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  • May.22 — Even before the coronavirus pandemic the fashion industry suffered from overproduction and overstock, according to Stephanie Phair, chair at the British Fashion Council. The global lockdown and its impact on retail presents “an opportunity to think about slowing down, focusing on creativity, quality and sustainability,” Phair says in an interview on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

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