Fashion industry insiders share what they learned in 2016

You likely laughed when, early this year, reality TV star-turned-beauty mogul Kylie Jenner proclaimed 2016 the year of “realizing stuff” — but there’s no denying that we all got a little more woke over the last 12 months. For much of the fashion world, that included the names of new creative directors or the cost of shifting production cycles. Others mastered strategies for engaging with audiences everywhere from Instagram to Facebook Live. For details on the lessons the industry learned, we asked eight influential insiders — including editors, fashion directors and designers — to reveal their biggest revelations of 2016. To read the rest of this story, please visit Glossy.

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