Has the fashion industry (and all whose very existence depend on it) survived? Will the industry still be here after this pandemic? If so, how and what will it look like? Have brands managed to navigated the pandemic waters and transitioned with the changes we've all faced? And maybe most importantly, what is the future of fashion after the pandemic?
If you are supplying the Ultra High Wealthy, you already know that billionaires are bouncing back from the economic impact of COVID-19 and your luxury goods and services are in demand again. Not surprisingly, China and Denmark position at the top and the UK at the bottom with 17% fall in its UHNW population and a 20% drop net worth.
Scientists now believe, and are proving, that our internal world significantly influences the external world. In other words, when we feel valued, respected, loved, and supported, we feel nurtured. And it is this nurturing that is the key to unlocking our full human potential.
I had a happy childhood and knew at age of 3 years old when my mother gave me a nurse’s uniform as a Christmas present that I wanted to be a nurse. I actually carried a small tin of plasters to school everyday to put on my friends
To have Harrods as my first stockist was the biggest seal of approval I could ever imagine! (...) Sometimes in life we have an idea, a spark inside of us. A tiny seed that needs us to breathe life into it.