In A Season Warped By Change, Creativity And Humanity Win

It’s T minus 10 days until the start of New York Fashion Week. With fall 2021 ready-to-wear shows about to occupy our attention, our critics are taking time to reflect on the recently wrapped men’s shows and how a year’s worth of lockdowns have reshaped not just what guys will be wearing when we finally re-emerge from our various quarantines, but the very purpose of a fashion show. A sign of the times: The fall 2021 men’s collections started in December, and they’re still rolling out. What to make of the new normal state of affairs? These presentations—changed completely by the pandemic—are markers of everything that’s come down in the year since we were last gathered together in the hugging proximity of the men’s runway shows of January 2020. Read more at Vogue.