The series of questions are intended to help mitigate tensions around gender, race, special needs and any other triggers before production begins.
Twenty five percent of Kearney’s LGBTQ panelists favored companies donating to LGBTQ causes.
The No Sesso designer talks about her Black trans experience at this watershed cultural moment, touching on Pride, daily dangers, optimism, creative power, and where fashion fits in.
An advocate of LGBTQ rights and ceo of Roksanda, Gill wants the fashion industry to be more inclusive.
One of fashion’s favorite musical tastemakers explains why she believes the current unrest will bring about a new wave of art and creativity.
Among LGBTQ respondents, for brands that “create gear and merchandise,” 40 percent of them said it was inauthentic.
Photographer Micaiah Carter and chef Kristen Kish are among the faces featured in this year’s campaign.
The Dresscode Project provides gender-inclusive haircuts and services to the LGBTQ community.
The actress and activist wore the clutch on the 2019 Emmys red carpet to spotlight Title VII.