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The New Fashion Delivery Calendar

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New Supply Chain Dynamics Series: The New Fashion Delivery Calendar

The regular flow of the fashion calendar has been broken. Calculating back from expected return of demand in Europe and the US, what does this mean for production calendars now, in the mid-term and in the long term?

Our 4 industry experts & panelists, Marcella Wartenbergh, Frank Quix, Stanley Szeto and Ton Wiedenhoff tackled pressing questions such as:

– What will happen to the fall/winter collection delivery time? To what extent can unsold goods be shifted to the next season?

– Can material be repurposed? What does this mean for manufacturers?

– What collaboration with buyers is required? How to deal with structural lower demand on the medium term?

– And questions from the attendees via the Q&A

Watch the replay of this session with a strong practical focus and perspectives from retail, brand management and production.

Organized by the International Apparel Federation (IAF) and supported by MOTIF, this webinar is part of the NEW SUPPLY CHAIN DYNAMICS Webinar Series that examines Covid-19 induced apparel supply chain changes, both incidental and structural. It was recorded on Thursday, 9th July 2020, at 10 AM European Central Time / 4 PM Hong Kong Time.

Our Panel of Expert Speakers

Marcella Wartenbergh

CEO of Pepe Jeans Group (Pepe Jeans, Hackett, Faconnable)

Stanley Szeto

Executive Chairman of Lever Style, the innovative manufacturer

Frank Quix

Managing Director of Q&A, the leading Dutch retail consultancy

Ton Wiedenhoff – Panel Moderator

Europe Executive Director of Alvanon, the leading global apparel technology company 

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