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Il tessile-abbigliamento europeo vede nero nel 2020

A suonare l’allarme è un sondaggio di Euratex, con l’80% delle aziende interpellate che sta già riducendo il personale, mentre più delle metà stima una frenata delle vendite e della produzione di oltre il 50%.

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Source: Fashion Network

Da Polimoda due milioni di euro in borse di studio

Per sostenere il Sistema Paese in questo periodo di crisi, l’istituto fiorentino di moda ha annunciato un piano del valore comprensivo di oltre 2 milioni di euro, che coprirà le diverse tipologie di programmi di studio.

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Source: Fashion Network

Coronavirus turned these costumers into Hollywood's 'mask crusaders'

The coronavirus took their day jobs in Hollywood, so costumers turned to making masks to meet a shortage of protective clothing among medical workers.

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Source: Los Angeles Times

The best women’s tops for working from home and virtual dates

We have officially entered the pants-free era. As the coronavirus lockdown forces the world to work and date via webcam, women are slipping into their comfiest leggings and prioritizing fashion from the waist up. A Walmart exec noted last week that sales of tops are skyrocketing, while pants purchases are dragging behind. (Call it the mullet of the Zoom. . .

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Source: New York Post

'My mum interrupted a work Zoom call to tell me off': The millennials who have moved back with their parents during lockdown

With many people returning to live with family members during lockdown, Joanna Whitehead finds out how to make it work when you return to the nest

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Source: The Independent

Our fashion critic reviews 'Making the Cut's' winning looks: 'A covetable combo'

Times fashion critic Adam Tschorn offers his thoughts on Episodes 3 and 4 of Amazon's fashion competition "Making the Cut."

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Source: Los Angeles Times

Fashion addicts use Animal Crossing to create hilarious virtual outfits

Animal Crossing — the world-building video game sweeping social media — has turned into a fashion paradise in the age of social distancing. Hypebeast players trapped at home during the coronavirus lockdown are using the game’s design tools to build wardrobes that put Cher Horowitz’s “Clueless” smart closet to shame. They’re creating virtual replicas of. . .

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Source: New York Post