Washington Post

5 ways the pandemic is changing fashion and beauty trends

Crocs, known for their homely but comfortable signature foam clog, also have been "super hot". Foto: Carsten Ingemann

The coronavirus crisis has upended just about every part of daily life. Tens of millions of Americans are out of work, and a deepening recession has forced many people to rethink their spending. Retailers - already saddled with a glut of unsold winter and spring merchandise - are scrambling to get a handle on these new habits and what is projected to be a long-term shift in the types of clothing, shoes and accessories people will be willing to buy.

"The longer we stay in this pandemic, the more our relationship with fashion will evolve," said Dawnn Karen, a fashion psychologist and branding consultant...

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