Hybrid Paris Fashion Week, both physical and digital, begins

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Fashion lovers strike a pose after Dior’s Spring-Summer 2021 fashion collection presented Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2020 during the Paris fashion week.

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Christian Dior on Tuesday was the first major fashion house to stage a traditional ready-to-wear runway show in Paris since the coronavirus pandemic hit in March.

The show headlined the first full day of a hybrid-style Paris Fashion Week. A giant “DIOR”-emblazoned white annex in the chic Tuileries Gardens stood against the backdrop of the Eiffel Tower, hazy in the drizzle.

Guests were unusually relaxed, with some fashion editors commenting that it was because they had not just flown in, exhausted, from a week of covering Milan. Italy had restricted travelers coming from Paris due to the virus. At Dior, many of the Asian and American editors were missing, making this season a largely European affair. .

Paris, like Milan, is trying to kick off

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Everything that happened at day three of London Fashion Week

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If the second day of London Fashion Week was all about pushing the pandemic to one side, the third was about bringing it back to centre and ruffling feathers in its face.

Due to the coronavirus outbreak, London Fashion Week has been forced to radically overhaul its usual proceedings. In previous seasons, the schedule would be packed with presentations, runway shows, and exhibitions taking place all over the capital. Now, the industry is adapting to a new normal, one that has seen real-life runways replaced with digital ones, while presentations are either conducted in small groups or in one-on-one appointments.

While the second day saw two designers – Bora Aksu and Mark Fast – stage socially-distanced catwalk shows, day three was an entirely digital affair. Things got off to an unexpected start at Richard Malone, who served up an abstract feast of tonal ensembles and materials he’d experimented with

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London Fashion Week Ones to Watch

LONDON — London Fashion Week kicks off today with a hybrid format. A batch of new talents from around the world has also joined the fashion week, despite challenges posed by the pandemic, to present their latest creations in London. Here, WWD highlights three emerging designers to watch for this season.

Susan Fang

A finalist for the LVMH Prize, Susan Fang’s beaded marble bags are one of the hottest accessories at the moment. Based between London and Shanghai, the brand has built up good momentum in China, and this season, she is joining London Fashion Week’s official calendar for the first time to present her colorful and airy spring 2021 collection with a short filmed in Shanghai, just a few days ahead of London Fashion Week.

Fang said she wanted to bring hope and the feeling of rebirth with her collection, as the pandemic has totally changed the way

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Shop the Best Beauty, Fashion and Home Deals This Week

Online deals are continuing to roll out for the summer, which means there are a lot of ways to save big on fashion, beauty and home products.

It’s like Cyber Week every week with online discounts across the entire site or deals on select items from go-to shopping destinations such as Adidas, Steve Madden, Nordstrom, Charlotte Tilbury and more. Many big brands are having sales, but it is also a great opportunity to support small and mid-size businesses during this uncertain time.

Scroll through the best deals happening now.

Clothing and Accessories

Adidas
Up to 25% off with the code SAVINGS. Check out ET Style’s top picks.

AllSaints
50% off sale items and take an extra 20% off. Free shipping on orders over $250.

Backcountry
Up to 50% off gear, apparel and more for their semi-annual sale. Free shipping on orders over $50 and free returns. Check out

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