Weekly Debrief #19News
This week on the NellyRodi Radar…
For fashion, the Covid-19 crisis initiates a sad three-beat waltz
With lockdown, millions of items of clothing, accessories and footwear remained in the boxes. Spring/Summer 2020 is a blank season for many brands and retailers. So the question arises as to the future of these products.
The 7 Rules For Reinventing the Luxury Business Model for Post-Pandemic Success
Citizens of the world have endured weeks of living through the COVID-19 pandemic experience. When we are past the worst of the crisis, we will not be the same, but we know from history that there will be many major opportunities for economic prosperity.
Despite an economic crisis, the cosmetics sector still attracts consumers
In times of severe economic downturn, certain companies routinely fare better than others. While luxury brands tend to suffer significantly, off-price retailers often thrive during recessionary times, as consumers look to cut costs.
What will the consumers of the next world look like?
Ready for a boom or very reserved, what kind of consumers will emerge from this unprecedented crisis? No one doubts it, there will be a before and after coronavirus. It remains to be seen what the after will look like.
Saint Laurent withdraws from Paris Fashion Week in 2020 to follow its own pace
Faced with the consequences of the health crisis, Saint Laurent has chosen to establish its own rules of the game by withdrawing from the official parade circuit. A great first for a brand on the Paris Fashion Week calendar.
Will the Tik Tok Beauty Challenge dethrone Instagram?
Are these viral games the signs of a generation tired of the smooth and static performance of traditional networks?
5 ways to pass the time by boosting your fashion culture
How was punk fashion born? How does upcycling work ? What does the pope think about streetwear in today’s fashion? The answers here, and for free.
Cover image credit: © Saint Laurent, 20/21 – Abaca