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Vogue launches first-ever global conversation series live on Zoom and YouTube


From LVMH repurposing perfume factories into hand sanitizer production sites to Chanel and Dior mobilizing in-house teams of haute couture and ready-to-wear sewing specialists to produce protective face masks and gowns, the fashion industry’s Covid-19 response has truly been admirable and impressive.

Designers such as Donatella Versace, Ralph Lauren, Giorgio Armani, and Miuccia Prada have all donated to various funds and charities in Europe and the US. With almost $40 million in total cash donations and pledges, the luxury fashion retail sector continues to step up and help the fight against Covid-19.

To infer how the future of fashion will look, and to speak about the industry’s efforts, Vogue launches tonight its first-ever global conversation series.

We are all united in facing the same questions and challenges,” says Anna Wintour, editor-in-chief of American Vogue and artistic director and global content advisor of Condé Nast International. “These conversations are a chance for us to come together, connect, and remind ourselves that we are a global community. I’m looking forward to being informed and inspired by this week’s conversations.”

Offered live on Zoom (and some sessions on YouTube), the four days of discussions feature Vogue editors, designers, and fashion industry executives conversing on a wide range of topics affecting the fashion industry today. Hear from the biggest names in fashion including Edward Enninful, Nicole Phelps, Emanuele Farneti, Olivier Rousteing, Marc Jacobs, Stella McCartney, Virgil Abloh, and Cedric Charbit, to name a few.

Check out the schedule here:

April 14: The Future of Creativity with British Vogues Edward Enninful, Marc Jacobs, and Kenneth Ize and The Future of Sustainability with Vogue España’s Eugenia de la Torriente, Stella McCartney, and Gabriela Hearst (Available on YouTube)

April 15: The Future of Fashion Shows with Vogue Runway’s Nicole Phelps, Balenciaga’s Cedric Charbit, Balmain’s Olivier Rousteing, and Chloé’s Natacha Ramsay-Levi

April 16: The Future of E-Commerce with Vogue China’s Angelica Cheung, Off-White and Louis Vuitton Men’s Virgil Abloh, Farfetch and the British Fashion Council’s Stephanie Phair, and Moncler’s Remo Ruffini

April 17: The Future of Brick and Mortar with Vogue Italia and L’Uomo Vogues Emanuele Farneti, La Rinascente’s Vittorio Radice, Nordstrom’s Pete Nordstrom, and Tory Burch’s Pierre-Yves Roussel

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WHAT IS THE FUTURE OF FASHION ? Thank you @voguemagazine and @nicolephelps for letting me be part of this panel of conversations with you. In this tough moment it’s more important than ever to exchange ideas visions and opinions on how we see the future of fashion , what can we do together to change or make it better ? I love the name VOGUE GLOBAL CONVERSATION because it’s gonna be a conversation included from different designers to ceos to editors … so join me on this panel on APRIL 15 9 am EST to exchange with us . Go on and u can sign up for tickets and being part of this panel with us. I will be with Natasha @nramsaylevi Creative director of @chloe And Cedric Charbit @cedriccharbit CEO @balenciaga and @nicolephelps vogue director @voguemagazine ❤️ Can wait for this conversation together. See you on Tuesday

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