Led by the Model Alliance’s founder Sara Ziff, the new “Respect” program asks brands, modeling agencies and media outlets to sign a legally binding agreement to protect models.
The group is working to promote fair treatment, equal opportunity and more sustainable practices in the fashion industry.
The model is throwing herself into a legal fight over her leaving Lions for DNA.
The semiretired photographer has not been affected financially by fallout from last week’s Boston Globe article.
The Lions is not happy the increasingly popular model has taken up with rival DNA.
Eric Tsang denies drugging models and raping an actress in allegations that go back to the Nineties.
An independent monitor could help give the fashion work force a voice and help hold top executives accountable, Ziff said.
The former model alleged his job prospects may have been affected by his unwillingness to hang out with his agent.
In her modeling career, Elliott Sailors has dealt with more than 40 unwanted advances, body weight criticism and ageism on the job.
After a career at New York Models, Campbell has decided to switch to DNA to further her role as a cultural innovator.
Vlada Dzyuba, from Russia, had been working in the country represented by Esee Modeling Management for two months.
In recent weeks, numerous models have posted accounts of sexual harassment and abuse on Instagram and Christy Turlington also acknowledged the industry problem in an interview last week.