New Start to Fashion Evolution: A Roaring '20s Redux
As vaccines are more widely distributed and restrictions lifted, consumers will want to celebrate their freedom and dress the part, whether the occasion is a twice-rescheduled wedding or a dinner party with friends. It’s a redux that’s reminiscent of the Roaring '20s of the previous century!
In fact, this shift has been happening quietly, as the consumer tires of wearing androgynous sweats and activewear and longs to return to the individuality of dressing. Online thrifting, resale and vintage shopping are all being fueled by social media. Vintage items are experiencing a renaissance, and what becomes popular in vintage is often a precursor to what will be trending in the fashion industry.
Trending hairstyles and color as well as fashion accessories and tops are driving the change while the shift towards sustainable, value-driven purchases is providing dress up options. The appreciation of Missioni, Romeo Gigli, Prada, Dior, Chanel, Bluemarine and Roberto Cavalli has caught on with online shoppers and is a clear signal that the consumer is driving trends and ultimately the future state of fashion.
Join us as our panel of Subject Matter Experts help us chart the course as we head into the 21st century’s version of the Roaring '20s.