Fashion is at a crossroads at this moment in time—consumer tastes have evolved (no doubt because of the way the COVID-19 pandemic has made home life the centre of our dressing efforts now) and brands are similarly changing due to a myriad of social and economic pressures.
So what does it mean to be a fashion designer today? And how does one launch a fashion brand in 2020? Get the answers to these questions and more at the Esquire Neighbourhood, running from 19-22 November, where fashion designers Emily Bode of American label Bode, Daniel Fletcher of Next In Fashion fame, and Feng Chen Wang of the eponymous label, come together for an exciting panel discussion on the future of fashion and beyond.
Register for the panel discussion and tune in on 20 November at 5pm to hear their thoughts on the social trends shaping the way we dress, and share insights into their creative process.
In addition to getting insights from these fashion insiders, check out their other events, such as a photography masterclass with Lee Yik Keat, Margaret Zhang and Tom Blachford; conversations with celebrities the likes of Harry Shum Jr, Lauv, and Ronnie Chieng; a musical performance by Singaporean singer-songwriter Charlie Lim, and more.
The Esquire Neighbourhood will run from 19-22 November 2020.