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formal clothes, but since most they have been asked to work remotely, everyone has started hanging up their suits and pulled on sweatpants. But when the office reopens, they would again need their suits, which might not fit them as correctly as it used to when they were regularly going to the office.

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Fashion Design Software Helps Brands Navigate Through Changing Landscape

As we are heading to the Autumn/Winter 2020 season, luxury’s pivot to more sophisticated menswear, interrupted by the pandemic, is now retreating to streetwear and casual wardrobes. Large luxury brands like Dior and Louis Vuitton are able to balance both, producing tailoring alongside streetwear drops and launches. Smaller luxury menswear brands from Ami to John Elliott are sticking to streetwear to weather the storm. Before the pandemic outbroke, people were a little reluctant to adopt streetwear or comfortable outfits. Still, as the situation changed, people are left with no other choice than to wear these comfy clothes. According to Euromonitor International, men’s tailoring sales were expected to fall 11 percent to $1.7 billion between 2019 and 2024.

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