The pandemic has changed workplace fashion. What does that mean for you?

Back in 1999, luxury clothing designer Tom Ford made a prediction about how technology might influence the way people dress in the not-so-near future.

“Life is changing. And we’re working more and more at home, more and more from our computer screen, which in the future — I mean, there are several ways this could go,” he said in an interview with Charlie Rose. “A lot of people think fashion might just die because we’re just at home. You can be working in your underwear and a T-shirt. Who cares? Who’s going to see you?” Listen in at NPR (featuring Rothman’s Ken Giddon!).