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Two of the major fashion events in China have been postponed as a precautionary measure, and in the midst of the anxiety surrounding the current outbreak of the COVID-19, previously referred to as novel corona virus.

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Volumes for the Shanghai international Fashion Week and China Fashion Week in Beijing to be temporarily closed down, the number of corona virus cases in China continues to rise. As of Thursday, more than 50,000 people in the country were reported to be infected with the virus, while the death toll had reached 1,300 around the world.

Volumes for the Shanghai international Fashion Week and China Fashion Week in Beijing to be temporarily closed down, the number of corona virus cases in China continues to rise.
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Both of the Fashion Weeks that are scheduled to begin on March 26, and will be postponed for the foreseeable future, the South China Morning Post reports. None of the information has not yet been released as to when events can be moved, such as designers, trade show owners, the fashion week committee and the local authorities have not been able to agree on a time slot that is both attractive to brands, can be considered to be “safe” by the government, reports Women’s Wear Daily.

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In co-operation with Beijing, the Central Committee, the State Council and the Shanghai local government, Shanghai Fashion Week, the officials announced the news on Monday, the postponement of the Business of Fashion, puts it, “the country’s most important fashion moment of the year.” The event has been called off for now, as a “precautionary measure” against the COVID-19-the virus.

“We hope that everyone will continue to be vigilant and pay close attention to the government,” said the Shanghai Fashion Week to the executive at Lv Xiaolei. “The organization will be dedicated to the love of the trade, communicating with all parties to find a solution to the current situation.”

A model walks the runway during the Jasmine Collection will be on display on the 13th day of Shanghai Fashion Week, 2019 (A/W) at the Minsheng Art District, on the 8th of April 2019 at the latest, in Shanghai, China.
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Reps for the China international Fashion Week will also be suspended for their plans, not long after, according to the Morning Post.

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Chinese consumers are the fuel for the world’s largest luxury market, is the spending of more than $100 billion per year in the netherlands and other countries, CBS reports. If such brands as Balenciaga, Burberry, and Gucci, to limit their work hours, or even shutter their doors, all in the mainland of China, and it remains to be determined how the current COVD-19 is an outbreak, it will eventually affect the luxury brands’ bottom lines.

China has completed an unprecedented 60 million people in in an attempt to curb the spread of the virus, which is the hardest hit in the city of Wuhan and the surrounding cities and towns in the province of Hubei.

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