How we shop — and dress — has changed radically. Supply chains continue to be disrupted. Luxury sales have spiked. How people will dress for the office (if they ever go back) remains to be seen. The fashion world is in flux — and adapting. On Sept. 7, New York Times fashion director Vanessa Friedman asks Anna Wintour, the artistic director of Condé Nast’s artistic director, and José Neves, the founder and C.E.O. of Farfetch, along with other industry leaders, what’s next, from the return of in-person runway shows to addressing social justice issues and sustainability — and, of course, what we’ll be wearing.
From Sept. 8 through Oct. 5, The Times will bring you exclusive access to the designers, artists and personalities shaping both the fashion industry and personal identities through dress. Follow us on Instagram at @nytimesfashion for live, in-the-moment interviews with Kate Moss, Jeremy Scott, LaQuan Smith and others, as well as insider peeks via Instagram Stories curated by Margherita Missoni, Thebe Magugu, Mike Eckhaus and Zoe Latta of Eckhaus Latta, and more.