COVID-19: After MET and Cannes, CFDA Fashion Awards gets postponed to June 8 due to the pandemic outbreak

The COVID-19 pandemic is really bringing the world to a stand-still. After the much-awaited annual MET Gala and Cannes Festival, CFDA Fashion Awards is now being postponed due to Corona virus' global outbreak. 

Pushed to June 8 as of now, CFDA released a press statement announcing their decision. Read on: 


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"After carefully reviewing the guidelines of federal and state governments, as well as public health agencies, CFDA Chairman, Tom Ford, and Steven Kolb, President and CEO, along with the full support of the board, have made the decision to postpone the 2020 CFDA Fashion Awards," read the press release. 


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"The COVID-19 outbreak is bringing many challenges to fashion designers in both their personal lives and professional operations. As an organization with a diverse membership conducting business globally, the CFDA is doing everything it can to help our designers through these difficult times in their businesses" said the statement. 

Well, need of the hour, don't you agree? 


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