“The fashion industry is broken in more ways than one: runway shows don’t match retail expectations; designers can’t keep up with demand; and customers can’t buy a coat in winter. So who’s to blame?”

Fashion writer Suzy Menkes bemoans and dissects the increasingly fast pace and spiralling production output of high fashion in her latest piece for The New York Times. It’s a point that has been raised countless times over the last few years but one that most will probably never come to terms with. I mean, why (and how) could it ever slow down at the rate it’s progressing? If you’re interested in the debate, head over here to read the full article.