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New York Fashion Week puts a live foot forward for first time in 18 months

After a R1,4-trillion loss to the fashion industry due to Covid-19, designers are working hard to create excitement

Alicia Powell

With live catwalk shows, star-studded front rows and parties, New York Fashion Week returned on Wednesday with its first in-person edition in 18 months.

Michael Kors, Carolina Herrera and Tom Ford are among the top designers presenting their spring-summer 2022 collections to a live audience at the event, which runs until Sunday and is made up of 91 shows and presentations.

The Covid-19 pandemic forced brands to turn to digital means to present their lines in the past two seasons, with only a handful hosting live events under strict conditions...

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