Boston Caribbean Fashion Week: Reconstruction of Fashion

Boston Caribbean Fashion Week's took on an unique theme that

explores the imagination of weathering the storm. The Expo is for fashion entrepreneurs, and in 2020 has been quite the rollercoaster year. This Expo was created as a way for fashion designers and other fashion entrepreneurs to connect with each other for future collaborations, learn about what new resources are out there especially during this COVID time, and share what is going on individually with our business to be that network of support for one another. 

OCT 15, 2020 - DAY 2 SMALL BUSINESS INFO SESSION


Host Laura O speaks with Natalia Urtubey, Director of Small Business at the City of Boston, about the resources her office offers to fashion entrepreneurs.








OCT 15, 2020 - DAY 2 - WHEN THERE WERE NO MORE CLASSES...THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON FASHION SCHOOLS


3 Massachusetts Fashion Schools - Lasell University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design (MassArt) and School of Fashion Design - take us through their school's journey of what happened when the lockdown started, communicating with the students, remote learning with their students, graduation, and what is the new norm for their school.


For more presentations, go to https://bostoncfw.com/bcfw-expo-2020.

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