Events as such have been mostly canceled due to the Covid19 pandemic, but it's not the case for OAW2020. This year's edition is fully online, a challenge yet a new digital experience that's considered as proof that there's always a way to adapt to the current situation and to keep moving forward. The themes explored are creativity and technology, social and virtual communities, visions and imagination of the future to come. This year, the artistic subjects privileged fashion, art edition – comics and illustrations that are considered among the creative industries more affected by health and economic crisis. The invited artists include over 30 international creatives, from Europe (Italy, Switzerland, France, Romania) and from Northern Africa (Tunisia, Algeria), with two-thirds under 30.
Here's What she had to say:
The way they value their heritage, but also new democratic values. I think, nowadays, we urgently need this type of engagement and new narratives in the fashion industry.