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The Stressed Fashion Industry

The Fashion Industry finds Italian luxury designer Brunello Cucinelli makes men’s suits that sell for up to 7,000 euros ($8,200). But even Brunello – like most people across the globe – hasn’t worn a suit for months, not bought a new one too.

Most people in “white-collar” jobs are working from home, with a newfound love of sweatpants. This is the trend that some experts expect to outlive the pandemic. And weddings or parties are taking place in name sake.

This seismic shift in behavior has profound effect across the supply chain for suits and formal wear. This kind of Turning down happened to a sartorial sector of every continent.

Everyone in the Fashion Industry is adapting to survive. Even farmers are making their livelihood from another form of agriculture. Fabric mills are making stretchable fabrics to survive. These fabrics are good against creasing and getting dirty ,

Many merino sheep farmers are storing their wool in sheds or storage facilities. At the same time, some who are still emerging from a three-year drought. And to stay away from financial difficulty, they are selling their bales into the weak market.

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Compiled by MK – (Editor)

Everyone in the Fashion Industry is adapting to survive. Even farmers are making their livelihood from another form of agriculture. Fabric mills are making stretchable fabrics to survive. These fabrics are good against creasing and getting dirty ,

Many merino sheep farmers are storing their wool in sheds or storage facilities. At the same time, some who are still emerging from a three-year drought. And to stay away from financial difficulty, they are selling their bales into the weak market.

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