The series of questions are intended to help mitigate tensions around gender, race, special needs and any other triggers before production begins.
The trend forecaster discussed the need for greater diversity in the fashion industry and the increasing appreciation for more thoughtful and sustainable design among other subjects.
While the new-to-the-workforce candidates could work in fashion, they also have the skills to work in other industries.
Tracy Reese will be among the industry veterans addressing the 75 Black designers at the virtual retreat.
Industry giants from Ralph Lauren to Target discuss where they are now and where they need to go.
“We’ll be going over resources and giving advice from other female founders to women of color who want to start a business or are in the early stages of their business,” said Kristen Noel Crawley.
WWD asks industry giants to self-reflect on diversity and inclusion.
Social justice has many facets. With equal employment opportunity in the forefront of discussion, industry giants hold up a looking glass to diversity within their companies.
The line features Maxwell Hanson and Finnegan McKenna, two best friends from New York City.