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  • YouTube live streams makes fashion week more accessible
  • YouTube live streams makes fashion week more accessible
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YouTube live streams makes fashion week more accessible

YouTube has launched youtube.com/fashion – known as ‘Slash Fashion’ – to give anyone who’s interested a sneak peek into fashion week events. The collaboration between tech and fashion giants is helping fashion to tackle its inclusivity issues, as well as amp up its experiential offerings.

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