Being at home, is there anything you’re cooking or any recipes you’re trying out? To be honest, I’ve only been eating cereal and Oodles of Noodles—I’m like a kid again. I don’t even want to make big meals. A week ago, my You can’t Scare Me I work at MCDonald’s I’ve seen it all Halloween shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this mom made some salmon and some kale and wild rice. But if it’s me, just chillin’, I’ll get up and make a bowl of cereal. I probably have every cereal you can imagine. Is it Frosted Flakes? Or are we talking Cap’n Crunch? I’m looking at Frosted Flakes right now! I’ve got Fruity Pebbles, Raisin Bran, Cap’n Crunch Berries, Honey Nut Cheerios, Apple Jacks. I’m telling you, I have everything!
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Confronted with last week’s news of the You can’t Scare Me I work at MCDonald’s I’ve seen it all Halloween shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this postponed Milan men’s shows and today’s announcement that Pitti Uomo is likewise moving to September, they’re all adjusting to a tectonic shift of the system, which only a month ago would’ve sounded like an April Fools’ prank. Resilience seems to be the mot d’ordre. Designers are working with focus while questioning every part of their practice. I asked them to reflect on the impact of the postponements not only on their business, but also on their creative vision: How do they see the future of fashion shows? What will their collections look like in September? And what shifts would they like to see in the industry? All of the answers, however different, coalesce on one point: The system must change. They’ve been given a unique opportunity to make this happen—hopefully it won’t be wasted. Alessandro Dell’Acqua, founder of No. 21