FDCI announces ‘India’s first digital fashion week’ | Instant News

The future of fashion is digital – this is a sentiment that has been shared many times recently with fashion designers around the world who emphasize the need to be digital to revive business after COVID-19. After the leading mode event is canceled or postponed due corona virus the outbreak, it was announced this month that Milan and Paris Fashion Weeks will be digital.
Closer to home, the Indian Fashion Design Board (FDCI) made the announcement of ‘India’s first digital fashion week’ on Sunday. Although, India Couture Week is scheduled to take place in Delhi in July, FDCI has not shared details on whether the ‘digital fashion week’ will be a couture event or not. “We confirm that our upcoming fashion week will be in digital format. This is the time to reinvent the wheel and reset the buttons and digital is in demand today. We are still working on the details of the digital mode week and we will share it as soon as we have a plan. the final, “said Sunil Sethi, Chair, FDCI. A source added that a ‘digital fashion week’ was planned in August, “hoping the situation would improve by then.”

Meanwhile, Milan Men’s Fashion Week, set for June, will be postponed until mid-July and presented in pure digital format with photos and videos, the report said. According to the report, Camera Italia Nazionale della Moda Italiana (CNMI) announced the first “Milan Digital Fashion Week”, saying that the brand will present a spring / summer collection of 2021 men and pre-collections of men and women on a digital platform, with photos and content videos arranged in a calendar with slots for each label. This step was taken to help companies reach buyers and promote their brands without person-to-person contact who is at risk of spreading new corona viruses.

According to the Fédération de la Haute Couture and Fashion, Paris Fashion Week is ready to take place from 9 to 13 July, which will be held in video format.


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