With the stars mainly at home or in hotel rooms for Sunday's Golden Globes due to pandemic restrictions, what is usually one of Hollywood's biggest red carpet nights was certainly deprived of some of its glamor.
In a never-ending season in fashion in 2020 due to the pandemic, with designers unable to stage runway shows, few creators have designed a more succinct collection and video than Brandon Maxwell, unveiled Sunday night.
The Who's Next, Première Classe, Impact, Man/Woman and Silmo shows were held in Paris on October 2-4, with less of an emphasis on business and more on energising the industry and getting it back on track.
France has introduced new, tighter restrictions to contain the Covid-19 epidemic, but Parisian trade shows Who's Next, Première Classe, Man/Woman and Silmo are going ahead as planned, starting on October 2.
Following optics trade show Silmo, independent contemporary and creative fashion brand trade show Man/ Woman announced it will join Première Classe and Who's Next at the Tuileries garden, Paris from October 2 to 4.
Trade show organisers have been forced to cancel the events planned for June, and are reviewing their plans. Among the options, postponements and ramped-up virtual solutions, as the end of lock-down remains uncertain.