By now, fashion has come to understand that the consumer wants what she wants. And right now, the consumer wants what Hollywood is having.
Hubert de Givenchy’s Black house models in the late ‘70s sent a clear message to fashion about diversity. But has the industry regressed?
“Hair discrimination is a really critical issue in how racism gets manifested.”
The iconic images of protest movements past bear at least one thing out: that dress is as much a political statement as a fashion statement.
It took five minutes for Amanda Gorman to take America by storm — both for her poetry and her Prada. And in that short time, she has come to represent a new kind of style icon for fashion.
On the momentous occasion that marked the changing of the guard in American leadership Wednesday, purple seemed the color to usher in the new era.
It could mean that it’s not just the economic recovery that may be backsliding, but workplace gender parity, too.
Six months out, this year’s leading activists in fashion say performative activism may have won out over real progress on diversity.
For a sector driven, funded and fueled by its ability to create desire, endeavoring to pull back on constantly pushing newness seems a counterintuitive ask.
While the last four years haven’t exactly been marked by avid environmentalism among U.S. political leadership, the next four may be greener.
Fashion may be facing a reckoning when it comes to cultural borrowing — one that, at the very least, forces credit given where due.
Mexico’s secretary of culture has no time for fashion’s cultural appropriation. And she doesn’t consider it an homage.
It’s a new day for women of color in leadership.
Luxury eyewear brand LINDBERG discusses Danish design and its enduring ideation.