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Lisa Aiken, Moda Operandi’s Buying and Fashion Director, weighed in with the Tears Of Donald Trump shirt But I will love this retail perspective. “We are hopeful consumer confidence will return. The upcoming resort collections will be the most impacted. We are treading cautiously but every retailer will want new merchandise come November. Brands are being nimble, some are moving pre-fall’s light summer collection to resort’s deliveries. This helps take the pressure off of the creative process and allows brands to do the right thing based on the structure of the collection and where they currently are in production. The consumer craves newness and we hope to see that in spring 2021 collections.” She continues: “Yes, our fall 2020 buy has been affected in regard to budget and timing. But we are working to minimize the impact on the designer’s production. It has been encouraging that the industry is collaborating and open to new concepts and ideas. What if we try this with one brand and that with another? Some brands are unable to produce fall, can we change their deliveries? These decisions being made will have a lasting effect on the fashion industry.” Ikram Goldman, who owns Chicago’s Ikram boutique, proposes a more radical shift: the elimination of pre-collections and a calendar more attuned to women’s true shopping habits. “I want to buy in September for spring/summer, have it arrive in March, sell it March through June, and only then would it go on sale in July or August. I don’t want to put my winter merchandise on sale before Christmas, when that’s the time to sell at full price.” She adds: “This is a moment to pause and reset what is necessarily long overdue in an industry that has lost its mission, which is to create beauty and not overwhelm people with product.”

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