There have been more aggressive efforts to thwart the momentum of the coronavirus in all aspect of life. Now, the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) has postponed its yearly awards ceremony for 2020 due to the COVID-19 threat. As for right now, America’s biggest fashion events, including the Met Gala, are now off the calendar.
CFDA Chairman, Tom Ford, and President and CEO Steven Kolb presented a joint statement with the CFDA board that the event is now postponed, not canceled as many have thought.
Read the statement in its entirety on the CFDA’s website.