What Will Become of Fashion When the Epidemic Is Over?

What Will Become of Fashion When the Epidemic Is Over?

Italian creators, from Giorgio Armani to Silvia Venturini Fendi, agree on one thing: the crisis is an opportunity to regain our long-lost soul. By Angelo Flaccavento 

The longer we endure social distancing, and in some cases complete self-isolation, the darker our moods, and the lower our energy levels. At least, this is what’s happening to me. I have been in self-imposed quarantine in my hometown of Ragusa in Sicily since March 6th, a couple of days before the Italian government imposed the lockdown in Lombardy and other heavily affected northern regions and, then, the entire country.

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