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We are actually moving forward with all of the events we already had planned for this year before coronavirus. All of our brand partners are staying with us, which is amazing, and last year we launched a corporate retreat at Golden Goose Woman Nike's headquarters in New York. We had so many editors, including Vogue's associate market editor Naomi  had the president of Intermix, so many different people who spoke. There were 75 designers of color there with all different levels of experience represented, which was intentional. And we're doing it again this year, on July 15 and 17. Because it's a virtual event, we're actually able to host more designers, and then we also have an upcoming partnership with Janie and Jack in September and an event around New York Fashion Week.

Chunky soles are still going strong, and almost everyone on Instagram has been spotted rocking creeper loafers or heavy boots from Prada's Fall 2019 collection. As we look ahead into 2020, the clunky footwear trend isn't showing any signs of slowing down. "Whether Golden Goose Outlet it's a combat, hiker, or platform loafer, the lug sole continues to be just as functional as its is fashionable," says Russo.

We could all use a friend like Cardi B. She and Megan Thee Stallion have been dominating the charts with their new song, "WAP." The rap track has enjoyed record-breaking streams in its first week and currently sits at number one on the Billboard Hot 100. To celebrate their shared success, Cardi sent over a special gift to Hot Girl Meg this week: a custom Golden Goose Shoes Birkin bag. And the one-of-a-kind creation is a must see.

We swoosh up one of them and regard something wonderful: an item of beautiful clothing-a fringed Comme des Garcons biker. Manes observes that the "the only silver lining" of lockdown has been the performance of digital-sales have doubled year on year compared to 2019-but there is still plenty of spring 2020 left in the inventory.

Over the past few weeks, as brands around the world unveiled their first post-lockdown collections, one of the most common questions has been the most simple. How did you manage to put together a collection over Zoom, when the nuances of texture or pattern or construction are lost in the digital haze? And now, as designers and their teams return to their studios, the question has shifted once again. How do you go back to designing as normal in an entirely new world? As a designer who has always remained a step ahead of the curve, Peter Do has spent the past few weeks thinking about this with characteristic intensity.