The Biggest Fashion News Stories of 2021

2021 was a year of big moves, devastating losses and cautious but optimistic steps towards a return to life as we knew it — which were, more often than not, met with jarring reminders that we’re still in the middle of a global pandemic and that maybe there’s no such thing as a “return to normal.”

A new political administration in the U.S. had immediate implications on the fashion industry, from introducing us to new faces that would become ubiquitous to a return to using clothing as a messaging tool in D.C. Then, brands began reacquainting themselves with the IRL event, growing in scale and head count as the year progressed. Meanwhile, a global supply chain crisis had an impact on companies big and small — and likely will continue to be an issue in 2022 — and the industry mourned the loss of some of their own.

Eleanore Beatty

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A national auto strategy is needed now more than ever

Tue Dec 28 , 2021
The phone calls have been so frequent and built by so quite a few around the decades that the thought of a countrywide automobile system has pretty much come to be white noise. But Canada wants a single now more than ever. Brendan Sweeney, the executive director of the London, […]