Last October, Australian Fashion Week went ‘trans-seasonal’ as a response to the seasional change the (European) fashion industry has traditionally dictated. Now we see more signs of this change in attitudes within fashion: In an article on the JC Report, Robert Cordero looks at the trend against fashion ‘seasons’. While the autumn/winter and spring/summer collection cycles have always driven a fast pace within fashion (and the fairly recent trend of mid-season ranges have just added to it), Cordero argues that a growing number of designers are beginning to question the need for speed:

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