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Diversity, equity, and inclusion have been hot topics in fashion for the past several years, ranging from the representation of more plus-size models to hiring more minority talent.
While London grapples with a scaled-back fashion week in light of the Queen’s death on 8 September, New York’s spring/summer 2023 shows rumble on. There’s been torrential downpour (Tommy Hilfiger), sun-dappled bucolic gardens (Eckhaus Latta and Collina Strada), and all the city’s usual grittiness in between. Here, the standout shows that have kicked off the season with talking-point looks.
Uniqlo has opened a dedicated area for repairing and remaking used clothing in its London Regent Street store.
The Duchess of Cambridge has long been known for re-wearing pieces from her own wardrobe – but well before Kate emerged on the public stage, the Queen was already making a point of repeating past looks.
Recycling fibers and implementing circular processes is a medium term goal set by many apparel companies, but little headway has been made to recycle mixed fabrics, like polycotton. Polyester cotton is one of the most unsustainable fabric blends yet loved by fast fashion companies because of their low cost cheap and durability.
Scandinavian style is lauded for its sustainability and minimalism – but that’s only half the story. The youngest fashion week on the calendar, Copenhagen looks set to be the next big thing. Here are 15 designers making headlines at this year’s event