Covid-19 Inspires Paris Fashion Week for Spring/Summer 2021 Collections

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Paris Fashion Week ended today, after a month-long scheduling of digital and physical fashion shows art four major capitals. The fashion week represented what 2020 has been: political conflict, health concerns, and continued worsening of the climate.

In this atmosphere, fashion has become something of a backdrop, rather than glamour it has come to represent in our cultures.

That being said, fashion has nonetheless showed up, with golden eye masks, Savage x Fenty (singer Rihanna’s personal brand), which she premiered via Amazon Prime, and protective fashion (reminiscent of the wildfires in the west coast, covid-19, etc.).

Even the fashion world hasn’t been safe from Covid-19. Paris-based Japanese designer, Kenzo Takada, passed away from Covid-19 complications this year.

Fashion has taken a backseat to current events, yet ultimately, designers took different approaches to a year where anything seems possible, even if anything comes in a negative state.

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