QT-Online / Friday, June 26, 2020 / Categories: Lifestyle/Fashion Fashion may not recover from the pandemic, say designers The Singapore fashion scene is headed for trouble because of Covid-19 but veteran designers say the rot in the industry has been festering long before the pandemic struck. The crisis has merely exposed flaws in the industry here. Designers interviewed listed unsustainable production capacities, high rents, and unimaginative designs as factors behind the slow death of an industry deemed largely non-essential. Retired couturier Thomas Wee, 72, laments that the fashion scene in Singapore has "already been so boring prior to Covid-19". Previous Article Christopher Nolan’s Tenet pushed to August 12 Next Article US sees record jump in COVID-19 cases, infections up by almost 40,000 in single day Print 10866 Rate this article: No rating Please login or register to post comments.