TOKYO — A former senior retail manager at Prada Japan is suing the Japanese subsidiary of the Italian luxury goods house, accusing the company of harassing and discriminating against its staff members, including herself, on the basis of physical appearance.
Rina Bovrisse, who filed her lawsuit Friday, alleges Prada Japan chief executive officer Davide Sesia asked her last year to “eliminate” about 15 store managers and another 15 retail staff members because he considered them overweight or unattractive.
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