As the battle with Omicron continues, Tom Ford, chairman of the CFDA has cancelled his New York fashion show, scheduled to show on February 16 at 8pm, the last day of New York Fashion Week. Snoop Dogg Is Now The Official Owner Of Death Row.
According to the company, over the past few weeks, they have experienced an increase of COVID-19 outbreaks in the Los Angeles atelier and design studio and shutdowns in their factories in Italy. Due to this, Ford states his collection won’t be ready for the New York Show on February 16. Will Smith Apologizes to Chris Rock in Instagram Post, Calls Behavior “Unacceptable and Inexcusable”
Ford stated, “I am incredibly disappointed not to be able to present a show during New York Fashion Week as I feel strongly that a live presentation is the best way to convey a clear message for the season. We have struggled internally over the past month with many of our staff out with COVID-19 in our design studio and atelier in Los Angeles as well as in our factories in Italy. We have tried everything possible to avoid canceling our New York show, but ultimately are faced with the sad fact that we will simply not have a completed collection in time for New York Fashion Week.”
Will we see more fashion shows follow their lead?