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NEW YORK – A new study executed by the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) and Boston Consulting Group (BCG) has quizzed fashion stakeholders on the need for fashion runway shows and the potential to make them more sustainable.

Amongst the conclusions drawn from the findings, “there was an overall consensus on the need for change, specifically for exploring new models”, particularly as the coronavirus pandemic has inspired new ways for fashion creatives to showcase their collections virtually.

“While the CFDA will not promote only one specific idea at this time, it was imperative to bring out all the issues,” the Council says. “It will encourage designers to try and experiment with new concepts and will foster continued conversations on the topic through stakeholder meetings, panel conversations, and workshops throughout the year.” 

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