The novel coronavirus has already caused huge ripples in the fashion and beauty industries. With stores like Ulta, Glossier, and Sephora either shutting down or limiting services in the wake of the virus’s spread, different sectors of the industry are finding their own solutions to this growing issue. One of those solutions is taking things digital.

WWD China recently announced that it will be launching a six-week campaign focused on sustainability, bringing in experts from the environmental science world and beyond to showcase sustainable styles from designers and over 100 brand partners around the world. Part of this effort is a “Digital Fashion Week” set to begin on April 1, according to reporting from WWD.

The event, organized in partnership with local digital production experts, intends to discuss topics ranging from zero-waste design and supply chain transparency to…

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