The pandemic has impacted and posed challenges for global industries, including the fashion world. As we navigate through these shifting times, the following questions come to mind: What does the future of fashion look like? What is sustainability in fashion? How do we continue to stay relevant and create meaningful work? How do we effect that much-needed change in fashion and come back stronger? Our #BAZAARTalks digital series was created for industry insiders to come together, have a discourse, and shed light on what’s next.
In this exclusive, Vietnamese heiress and entrepreneur Nga Nguyen (@ng.a) speaks to Kenneth Goh, EIC of Harper’s BAZAAR Singapore (@kennieboy) about being fashion’s first COVID-19 victim, her first-hand experience battling the virus, her wish for fashion to embrace a listening ear, and how she wants to nurture young Asian designers. Hear her inspiring story.
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