2020’s “Big Four” Fashion Weeks
From New York to Paris, leading designers reflect on sustainable fashion, champion emerging voices, and envision a more joyful — and more colorful — future.
The COVID-19 crisis has resulted in an unprecedented fashion month in 2020, as the “Big Four” cities saw wildly creative in-person runway shows, digital lookbooks, music videos, and live-streamed Q&As from labels around the world. This year, Fashion Weeks played host to a puppet show (Moschino), a backyard runway (Christian Siriano), a purpose-built cathedral (Dior), and much more to delight guests in-person and abroad.
The audiences were smaller, but a sense of rebirth and resistance permeated many of the shows — making for a historic few weeks. Here’s a look at just a few of the moments…
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