By  on December 12, 2018

Fashion’s biggest #MeToo moments have each found their own avenue into the public consciousness, from Kate Upton’s Twitter takedown at Guess to a poll of outraged women at Nike to headlines that wrapped up myriad complaints against famously out-of-bounds photographers. Most recently, Flipkart’s cofounder and chief executive officer Binny Bansal lost his job after a sexual misconduct allegation revealed poor judgment by the former executive.

And while the allegations led to more or less immediate change as society reevaluated the issue — corporate titans were felled, magazines moved away from their favorite photographers and workplace polices were changed — more lasting change might well come from the legal system.

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