The organisers behind the annual Cannes Film Festival have announced that the event -- postponed from May until June -- has now been cancelled and delayed, potentially until July, due to the global coronavirus crisis.
Amazon is postponing its major summer shopping event, Prime Day, until at least August and expects a potential $100 million hit from excess devices it might now sell at a discount, according to notes seen by Reuters.
Fashion houses have begun reaching out to their massive global communities via social media to encourage creativity at home, healthy living and inter-connectivity during the global lockdown caused by coronavirus.
Monte-Carlo Fashion Week 2020, the 1.618 Biennale and the OpenMyMed Prize 2020-21 are the latest international events to announce their postponement, while the Milan Furniture Fair has cancelled its 2020 edition.
The Festival d’Hyères - the most noted award for young fashion talent on the continent - has been postponed until the second half of October; the latest major fashion event called off due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Hermès has cancelled its annual Saut Hermès show-jumping event in the Grand Palais, originally scheduled for the weekend of March 20 to 22. Coronavirus also led the house to call off its April 28 cruise show in London.
Cartier has decided to postpone a major exhibition in Milan’s Triennale design museum, scheduled to open next month, in the latest delayed project in luxury and art since the outbreak of the coronavirus in Italy.