The International Olympics Committee banning BLM apparel raises the question of how impactful the statement is in athlete protests.
The report, released by the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Textiles and Fashion, also offered a series of policy recommendations to make the British fashion industry more inclusive.
Michael plans to launch a ready-to-wear collection next year through a new e-commerce site that his company is developing.
Seay, Safe and After Glow are three swimwear brands to know before the summer 2021 holidays.
The It Gets Better Project was started in 2010 by syndicated columnist Dan Savage and his partner Terry Miller.
The multidisciplinary artist will be helping out his alma mater The Cooper Union.
There will also be a tribute for Vjuan Allure, who died in March.
WWD gets a view of Pride Month through the eyes of fashion’s next generation.
Federal civil rights laws may protect LGBTQ workers, but corporate culture and binary clothing remain stuck in the past, advocates say.
Carhartt’s latest hire has consulted with the company for the past eight months.
Funding fashion departments at HBCUs can be challenging and that can be detrimental for Black creatives interested in getting a competitive edge.
WWD checks in on whether fashion’s 20 most valuable companies are keeping their commitments to diversity and inclusion.
Though the country is just catching on to celebrating Juneteenth, for many in the Black community, it holds manifold meanings.