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Luxury Ready-to-Wear Label Cushnie Is Closing

The Black-owned brand is the latest victim of the Covid-19 pandemic. Looks from the Cushnie Fall 2019 collection.  Photo: Imaxtree After 12 years in business, Carly Cushnie is shutting down her namesake label, according to a report by The New York Times. Cushnie cited pandemic-related financial strains as the reason for the ...

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With Live Events Out of the Question, Revolve Goes All In on Digital Programming

Revolve‘s influencer-filled, made-for-Instagram events, which span from tropical vacations to full-blown music festivals, are not only central to its business — it’s one of the things the retailer, known for glitzy party dresses, colorful swimwear and other #OOTD-friendly wares, has become synonymous with.  The company had big plans for 2020, before the ...

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The Fashion Show Will Go On. But How?

On December 31, 2019, health officials documented the planet’s first cluster of novel coronavirus cases. Ten weeks later, on March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization declared a state of pandemic. In the window between those two dates, the world played host to 4,617 new COVID-19 cases and 280 deaths ...

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Must Read: ‘Anti-Viral-Leisure’ Could Be a $20 Billion Opportunity, This Is Not the End of Fashion

Plus, Charlotte Tilbury sells majority stake to Puig. A model wearing a face mask on Marine Serre’s Fall 2019 runway. Photo: Imaxtree These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Thursday. ‘Anti-viral-leisure’ could present a billion-dollar opportunity for a struggling fashion industryFashion businesses have taken significant financial hits due ...

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