2020 has changed a lot of things about our relationship with fashion, from how we’re dressing to the state of the industry. We’re all wearing masks and living in comfortable clothing. The truths about who makes our clothing and the conditions under which they’re being made have been further exposed. Brands have had no choice but to get political and use their platforms to speak openly about social justice. And Fashion Month isn’t the same. Instead, designers have opted to get creative with virtual shows and presentations on their own time. 

For the second iteration of Teen Vogue‘s Generation Next, we had to adapt our program to the current times. No in-person meetings or group presentations. Instead, Zoom calls and thinking outside of the box. So we welcome you to Teen Vogue‘s Generation Next Class of 2020 Presentation Week. Our selected designers – Edvin Thompson, Elliss Solomon,…

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