In their first joint interview, Lorenzo Bertelli and Malika Savell, chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer at Prada North America, map out the talent and educational programs to further increase representation within the company and the industry.
Creative director Glenn Martens will offer a preview of the new collection, focused on sustainability and initially on denim, on June 21 during Milan Fashion Week and his first show for Diesel, to be presented virtually.
The Folklore’s Amira Rasool and Farfetch’s Thomas Berry unpack the environmental and social issues plaguing fashion.
“The True Cost” director Andrew Morgan and Eco-Age’s Livia Firth reflect on latest “Fashionscapes” short film, Rana Plaza and living wages.
The Italian fashion group OTB and its foundation have been rolling out a number of initiatives to help ease the impact of the pandemic on the territory.
Small brands are giving back in bag ways a year into the pandemic, and many are putting purpose first.
The award aims to “shine a light on individuals that normally wouldn’t be profiled” and offers mentorship and cash prize to three winners.
Amanda Nguyen is the founder and chief executive officer of Rise, a Washington-based NGO aiding new civil rights legislation.
The plan includes adding products from more than 500 Black-owned businesses and partnering with more third-party, Black-owned firms.
The Worker Rights Consortium believes the overall sum to be much higher given the millions of garment workers terminated globally.
Phyllis Taylor, Daniel Huby and Pooky Lee expanded on appropriation and evading it during Fairchild Media Group’s diversity summit.
“We’re starting to see women in senior leadership ranks opt out or fail. So the question is, why is that?”
“The pandemic has worsened all inequality — especially for women,” said UNESCO director-general Audrey Azoulay.
Prada’s head of marketing and CSR hosted the award ceremony of the “Sea Beyond” education program with UNESCO.