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    By Jake Coyle | Associated Press NEW YORK — Virgil Abloh, a leading designer whose groundbreaking fusions of streetwear and high couture made him one of the most celebrated tastemakers in fashion and beyond, has died of cancer. He was 41. Abloh’s death was announced Sunday by the luxury group LVMH (Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy) and Abloh’s own Off-White label, which he founded in 2013. Abloh was the artistic director for Louis Vuitton’s menswear, but his ubiquitous, consumer-friendly presence in culture was wide-ranging and dynamic. Some compared him to Jeff Koons. Others hailed him as his generation’s Karl Lagerfeld. “We are all shocked after this terrible news. Virgil was not only a genius designer, a visionary, he was also a man with a beautiful soul and great wisdom,” Bernard Arnault, chairman and chief executive of LVMH, said in a statement. A statement from Abloh’s family on the designer’s Instagram account said Abloh was diagnosed two years ago with cardiac angiosarcoma, a rare form of cancer in which a tumor occurs in the heart. “He chose to endure his battle privately...
    NEVER mind husband David — ­Victoria Beckham scores a hat-trick of her own as she’s seen in three outfits in a day. The former Spice Girls singer modelled her own designs as she worked her way around the Big Apple giving television interviews. 5Victoria started the day in a siren red dress from her own fashion label for her stint on Live With Kelly And RyanCredit: Getty Victoria, 47, started the day in a siren red dress for her stint on Live With Kelly And Ryan. Later in the day she changed into a plunging black shirt and high waist trousers as she made her way to the Rockefeller Plaza to be interviewed by Jimmy Fallon. For the chat she changed into a white version of the same outfit, which she accessorised with a black, leather belt. During the chat with Jimmy, the mum-of-four defended her previous fashion choices with her husband David, 46, including their infamous coordinating leather outfits. She said: “It seemed like a really good idea at the time. “There was a naivety then, we didn’t know...
    Telfar Telfar took its audience to church during New York Fashion Week. Rather than showcasing a traditional line of merch for Spring/Summer 2022, the self-proclaimed designer of the “Brooklyn Birkin bag” revealed that it’s releasing a live TV streaming service, essentially, to cut the middle man from its creative and marketing endeavors. In a panelist-like conference led by label creator Telfar Clemens, the Telfar team started the presentation with a sense of spirituality, speaking to attendees as if they were participating in a Black religious experience. Through a series of “hallelujahs” and “ases” to ancestors and call-and-response funk musical selections, the team iterated that their campaign focuses on “drips” instead of “drops.” The panel, including Babak Radboy, Telfar’s creative director, explained how the new channel would work. Viewers will watch it for any impromptu moment that a new product is released—no more having to rely on stores and salespeople to push their products. Telfar wants to streamline the process and take matters—or distribution—into its own hands; it wants to give power back to the source in an...
    NEW YORK (AP) — It was a soggy, gray day in Manhattan, but Moschino had the antidote: a burst of color and whimsy filling a runway in midtown’s Bryant Park. Jeremy Scott, the fertile mind behind the Italian luxury label, filled his New York Fashion Week collection with bright baby blues, pastel pinks and greens and purples, and brilliant yellows — fitting for a show inspired by children’s toys and cartoon animals. Also fitting: supermodel Gigi Hadid, a new mom herself, toting along an oversized baby bottle as she closed Thursday’s show in a one-armed gown featuring a pink elephant’s trunk running down from her shoulder. It was a much-buzzed about showing for Moschino at New York Fashion Week; the label usually shows in Milan, though Scott has long presented his own namesake label in New York. His Moschino creations are often the most buzzed-about outfits at the Met Gala, which this year comes at the end of Fashion Week — think Katy Perry as a cheeseburger. Hadid, a longtime Scott collaborator, opened the show with a baby blue three-piece...
    The glamorous designer of Meghan Markle’s £56,000 engagement dress has been accused of squandering her company’s cash on luxury lingerie and costly hair-salon appointments before its collapse. Documents released by the High Court detail extraordinary new claims that Australians Tamara Ralph and her ex-business partner Michael Russo ‘personally enriched themselves’ before their fashion label went to the wall in March. Ralph & Russo was renowned for designing stunning haute couture gowns for stars including Gwyneth Paltrow and Kylie Minogue. Ms Ralph says her director’s loans were not used to extract money out of the company but as a ‘proper accounting mechanism’. She said she has not been given enough details about the lingerie spending to be able to respond  But earlier this year The Mail on Sunday revealed how the pair had been accused of plundering the fashion house to fund jet-set lifestyles.  Ms Ralph, who is being sued by the company via its administrators for £20.8 million in damages, has strenuously denied the allegations. Now, in newly released legal papers submitted by the company, it is claimed that: ...
    Their banishment to fashion Siberia could not have been more complete and final. And it was superstar Elton John delivering the killer blow: ‘Your archaic thinking is out of step with the times, just like your fashions. I shall never wear Dolce & Gabbana ever again. #BoycottDolceGabbana,’ he wrote. The reason for his outrage?  Elton has two children via a surrogate with his husband David Furnish, and in 2015 designer Domenico Dolce described children born through IVF as ‘synthetic’, adding that they ‘oppose gay adoption’ and that IVF pregnancies were ‘chemical offsprings and rented uterus’. Madonna and Victoria Beckham were among other celebrities to condemn the comments.  Surely, it was all over for the fashion brand? It was impossible to think back then that just six, short years later, it would be as if those poisonous, destructive words had never been uttered.  From the acres of coverage given to Kitty Spencer’s Dolce & Gabbana wedding wardrobe, when she wore five of their gowns, to the Venetian fashion show extravaganza this week featuring an array of A-Listers including Jennifer Lopez and...
    The glamorous designer of Meghan Markle’s £56,000 engagement dress has accused her former business partner and boyfriend of stealing millions of pounds from their luxury fashion label Ralph & Russo, contributing to its collapse. For a decade, Tamara Ralph and Michael Russo were one of the most formidable couples in fashion, with A-list clients including Gwyneth Paltrow, Angelina Jolie and Kylie Minogue. But explosive court documents, seen by The Mail on Sunday, claim their professional relationship disintegrated because Mr Russo bullied and harassed her after she attempted to stop him plundering vast sums from their company. Earlier this month, we revealed how both Ms Ralph and Mr Russo had been accused in legal documents of raiding millions of pounds from the renowned fashion label to bankroll their jet-set lifestyle.  For a decade, Tamara Ralph (pictured) and Michael Russo were one of the most formidable couples in fashion, with A-list clients including Gwyneth Paltrow, Angelina Jolie and Kylie Minogue We also reported allegations that Ralph & Russo’s pension pot was raided before it plunged into administration in March, and that...
    The founders of the luxury fashion label that designed Meghan Markle's £56,000 engagement dress have been accused of plundering millions of pounds from the company to bankroll their jet-set lifestyles, causing it to collapse. Ralph & Russo, renowned for designing stunning haute couture gowns for Hollywood's biggest stars, plunged into administration in March. Forensic investigators are now trying to discover what became of around £60 million pumped into the company by investors between 2018 and 2020. Glamorous designer Tamara Ralph, 39, blamed 'unprecedented trading conditions' caused by the pandemic for putting 'tremendous strain' on the brand, which she founded with her former partner Michael Russo. But sensational court papers obtained by The Mail on Sunday paint a very different picture and claim Ms Ralph and Mr Russo raided vast sums from the firm, crippling its chances of survival. The founders of the luxury fashion label that designed Meghan Markle's £56,000 engagement dress (pictured) have been accused of plundering millions of pounds from the company to bankroll their jet-set lifestyles, causing it to collapse The documents allege that: Ms...
    The CEO of a New York fashion company says the Cuomo administration fleeced her out of $10.4 million — refusing to pay for an order of PPE she delivered during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a lawsuit filed Thursday. State representatives allegedly used “bullying” and misogynistic tactics to rip off Laws of Motion, a woman-run, NY-based label — leaving it on the brink of collapse, the filing states. “The Cuomo administration had been deliberately obstructionist — all in a very clear attempt to avoid payment and systemically work to silence and destroy anyone they felt superior to,” CEO Carly Bigi told The Post. Her company struck a $26.4 million deal with the administration in early April 2020 for an expedited order of 2.4 million surgical gowns, according to the suit, filed in the New York State Court of Claims. At the time, the Empire State was facing a critical shortage of PPE and some health care workers were even forced to wear trash bags as gowns, The Post reported then. “We were going to do everything we could to...
    More On: Coronavirus in NY De Blasio gives NYC hope with July 1 reopening target Reopening is the wrong topic for Andrew Cuomo’s stomp-on-the-mayor game NYC mayoral candidate Ray McGuire wants to pay you this much to get a COVID vax Beloved NYPD officer dies of COVID-19, police say The CEO of a New York fashion company says the Cuomo administration fleeced her out of $10.4 million — refusing to pay for an order of PPE she delivered during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a lawsuit filed Thursday. State representatives allegedly used “bullying” and misogynistic tactics to rip off Laws of Motion, a woman-run, NY-based label — leaving it on the brink of collapse, the filing states. “The Cuomo administration had been deliberately obstructionist — all in a very clear attempt to avoid payment and systemically work to silence and destroy anyone they felt superior to,” CEO Carly Bigi told The Post. Her company struck a $26.4 million deal with the administration in early April 2020 for an expedited order of 2.4 million surgical gowns, according to the...
    As the second Digital Couture Week comes to a close, designers proved that — despite logistical restrictions brought on by the coronavirus pandemic — imagination and commitment to the finest craft in fashion knows no bounds. Glamorous gowns were aplenty, video presentations more vibrant than ever, some celebrities even sat front row (remotely, of course). Below, a roundup of the week’s most magical moments. All the pretty horses Not one but two Parisian houses featured a white horse in their shows. At Dior, a horse with a long white mane appeared throughout the tarot-inspired collection, which featured Renaissance-like gowns, embroidered capes and delicate, sheer dresses. At Chanel’s bohemian wedding-inspired outing, the finale model — dressed in an ivory satin and pearl-embellished bridal gown, complete with a veil — stepped off a white horse and then walked before a socially distant VIP front row that included brand ambassadors Penelope Cruz, Lily-Rose Depp and Vanessa Paradis. After almost a year of life in lockdown, many of us have abandoned fancy footwear and surrendered ourselves to shoes...
    FASHION legend Pierre Cardin has died at the age of 98 - after vowing catwalks for decades. The world-famous designer died in a hospital in Neuilly in the west of Paris, his family later confirmed.  5Pierre Cardin has died at the age of 98Credit: AFP or licensors 5Cardin was one of the biggest names in the world of fashionCredit: Rex Features Cardin, who cut his teeth working at top couture houses such as Christian Dior, went on to launch his own brand and pioneered the use of licensing in fashion, plastering his label's name on products of all kinds. He was born to a low-income family in northern Italy but became a France-based fashion superstar. "It is a day of great sadness for all our family. Pierre Cardin is no more," the statement said. It said after a lifetime spanning a century he had left France and the world a "great unique artistic heritage" and not only in fashion. Born into poverty in 1922 near Venice in northern Italy, his family emigrated to France when he was a small child....
    More On: holiday shopping Best cozy Christmas gifts of 2020: 20 ideas for the comfiest winter yet The 21 best Christmas gifts to buy your coworkers at any price point e.l.f. Cosmetics to ‘sleigh this holiday’ with festive makeup, playlist The last days to order and mail gifts for a Christmas 2020 delivery Gift-giving season is upon us, and never before has it been more necessary to shop mindfully for your loved ones. Fashion brands across the board have been devastated by COVID-19, closing brick-and-mortars, slashing prices or shutting down entirely. Smaller brands are even more vulnerable, which is why we are dedicating this shopping guide to beloved businesses local to New York City. Here are eight great stylish options that will not only spark joy, but will also contribute to keeping our city’s pulse beating. Boys of New York Launched in 2014 by designer Isidoro Francisco, the streetwear label quickly became known for its classic varsity jackets emblazoned with the brand’s quietly elegant logo. Inspired by ’90s hip-hop and infused with a minimalist sensibility, Francisco’s threads enable...
    The high-end fashion label who designed Meghan Markle’s £56,000 engagement gown have been involved in a colourful court battle over an unpaid bill for a party. Ralph & Russo were ordered by the County Court to pay £70,000 to events company Banana Split who ran a glamorous evening for the designers in Paris in January. The amount owed is almost equal to the cost of the company’s black tulle gown and silk ruffled skirt that Meghan wore for her official photoshoot with Prince Harry to announce the couple’s engagement in 2017.  Ralp and Russo, the high-end fashion label who designed Meghan Markle’s £56,000 engagement gown (above), have been involved in a colourful court battle over a £73,000 unpaid bill for a party Ralph & Russo were ordered by the County Court to pay the outstanding money to events company Banana Split who ran a glamorous evening for the company in Paris in January. US singer Ne-Yo performed at the event (above), which was part of Paris Fashion Week The amount owed is almost the cost of the company’s...
    Loading the player... The coronavirus pandemic forced many companies to shut down and fashion label Cushnie is the one of the latest to make the announcement. Read More: Ruth Carter’s new clothing line at H&M inspired by 80s and 90s fashion Fashion designer Carly Cushnie shared the news via social media that unfortunately, COVID-19 has pushed her namesake label to the end. (Credit: Getty Images) “As many designers have experienced, the fashion and retail landscape has become increasingly challenging over the years. While my brand has persevered through unending headwinds, the effects of COVID-19 have hurt my business beyond repair, and it is with great sadness that I share Cushnie will be closing its doors​,” she wrote in the caption on Thursday. She shared an open letter through the post, sharing her plight as a Black-woman fashion designer, celebrating her accomplishments and looking forward to the future. “While there are many achievements I am so proud of, it would be neglectful not to acknowledge having to fight much harder than my male peers to be afforded...
    This girl is such a #Bawse; Gauahar Khan is back in the Bigg Boss 14 house as a Senior this time. Having won the Bigg Boss 7, the model turned actress who is revered by her heady fan following of 3 million on Instagram for her shenanigans is back to doing what she does the best – Slay! Her fashionable offerings have always been a hoot. Effortlessly chic and fuss-free always are the constants of her style. She culminated the love of her fans, fashion lovers alike garnered for her Bigg Boss 7 in house styles into a fashion label, Gauahargeous. While Gauahar styles her own looks most of the time, she seeks out fashion stylist Devki Bhat’s keen styling sensibilities from time to time. This time around, the duo has notched up the bar giving the much-loved celebrity-approved style staples a worthy spin. One of them, a sustainable all-white chic style featuring separates from the humble homegrown label, Ahmev caught our attention. Needless to say, Gauahar gives the breezy separates a slick touch of nude brown lips, statement earrings...
    Pregnancy and loss during a pandemic: Stephanie Land tells her story Walmart sells UK grocer Asda for $8.8 billion Inside the mind of Jonathan Anderson, fashions creative polymath Fashion is a creative dance between practical design and conceptual thinking. Success comes when the dance is so enthralling people can't look away. © Provided by CNN Jonathan Anderson understands this well and, as a result, he's enjoyed high praise from critics and a loyal fanbase over the years. Acting as the creative head of two brands -- Spanish house Loewe and his own London-based label JW Anderson -- the Northern Irish designer has defined his creative pursuits through collaboration and curation. "I am an enabler. I am in a privileged position to shine a light on what other people do," he says of his role as creative director during an interview at JW Anderson's headquarters in London. Unveiling JW Anderson's most recent collection without a traditional runway show, due to the ongoing pandemic, he instead sent would-be guests an interactive booklet featuring photographs of models in...
    Free Assembly Men's LifestyleSource: Walmart Walmart has made moves to try to build up its fashion credentials. It acquired popular brands like menswear retailer Bonobos. It tapped celebrities including Ellen DeGeneres and Sofía Vergara to inspire clothing collections. And it struck a deal with ThredUp, a secondhand seller of apparel, shoes and accessories, to offer higher-end brands on a budget. The retail giant doubled down Monday on another piece of its strategy: Developing exclusive brands for shoppers who want style and value. It is launching Free Assembly, a new brand of modern essentials for men and women. The brand will debut this week online and in 250 stores. Even before the pandemic, the big-box retailer and country's largest grocer was looking beyond the produce aisle. Walmart CEO Doug McMillon said the company wants to increase sales of general merchandise, such as clothing, to try to turn e-commerce into a profitable business.  With the coronavirus pandemic and recession, Walmart has a new opportunity to grab market share in apparel. Customers have shopped at its website and stores for everything from pantry staples and puzzles to workout clothes. Many...
    The 3 Best-Rated Retirement Plan Providers in 2020 Photos: History of the All-American Chevrolet Corvette Walmarts new fashion brand shows its upping the ante as a fashion seller Walmart is known for its massive superstores that sell everything from groceries to electronics. Now, it's trying to boost its reputation in fashion. © Courtesy Walmart Walmart launched a new private label brand called Free Assembly. The company is launching a new in-house clothing brand called Free Assembly. The 55 piece collection ranges from $9 to $45 and will sell online and in 250 Walmart stores. Load Error In a blog post, the company said that it aimed to offer "high-quality pieces" at lower prices. Examples include a $45 structured blazer and a $40 fishtail parka. Some of the items are made from organic cotton. Walmart's primary business is groceries, which account for more than half of its sales. But groceries are a notoriously low-margin business. So Walmart in recent years has been building out its clothing and home goods' offerings. In 2018, it debuted four new private-label...
    Utterly fashion-conscious that she is, considering she was a supermodel once upon a lovely time and is now a rockstar mom helming the fashion edit of The Label Life – Malaika Arora delights! A perfect culmination of everyday easy styles that can take you from day to night, with some of the hottest trends translated into affordable ensembles, we look forward to Malaika sporting pieces from the collections. One such style moment recently saw her take on a red pleated jumpsuit teamed up with a pair of Valentino heels. A perfect combination of high fashion with affordable, Malaika’s look was accentuated with the now ubiquitous polka dot mask and a matching jacket. We loved and cannot stop crushing on how Malaika managed to blend in a vivid hue with the timeless spotty motif! For Malaikaz glamour never really takes a day off! While her way with the recently evolved gym/Yoga style has us marvelling at her toned frame, she doesn’t just stop there! She goes on to regularly up the glamour quotient with her sartorial style offerings spruced up with...
    Gauahar Khan is revered by her fans for her fabulous fashion game – a glimpse of which she gave us with her Bigg Boss 7 stint. She is innately sartorial and a perfect testimony of this culminated into her fashion label, Gauahargeous. She often styles herself but dolls up as the occasion demands with her fashion stylist Devki Bhatt. A former supermodel, her resume has other virtues like being an exceptional dancer and an actor par excellence. An affable charm, a keen sense of style play and a whiff of subtle confidence are why we love her the most! She demonstrated this exceptional style play, yet again and recently with a floral ethnic look. A kurta set was from the homegrown label, Itraake. Sleek hair and subtle glam completed her look. The now wardrobe ubiquitous contemporary block printed kurta sets with its many variations is festive and translates well as daily wear too. Here’s a closer look at Gauahar’s interpretation of the sharara. Gauahar Khan Gets the Sweetest Birthday Wish From Rumoured Beau Zaid Darbar. Gauahar Khan – Kurta...
    She may be a few films old but Amrita Puri has carved a worthy impression with her sombre but poignant screen presence. She has also made her presence felt on the OTT platform with the recently released Season 2 of Four More Shots Please! reprising her role of Kavya Arora. On the fashion front, Amrita showcases a versatile stance, from pulling off a designing coupe called Akuri by Puri with her mother, Smiley Puri to pulling off a heady style repertoire of chic western and neo-ethnic designs. Amrita debuted in Aisha in 2010 sharing screen space with Sonam Kapoor Ahuja and Ira Dubey. A movie that set the high fashion ball rolling in Bollywood, Shefali channelled the same vibe in real life too! Amrita goes on to school us a thing or two on pulling off contemporary silhouettes with a petite frame, luscious locks and a flawless skin in tow. She doesn’t flinch from experimenting, as is evident from her brilliant arsenal. Amrita Puri turns a year older today. We rounded up a brief fashion capsule of some of her...
    Less than a week after releasing her seventh album, Taylor Swift has already tweaked promotional merchandise after being accused of 'stealing' artwork from a Black-owned business. Taylor, 30, surprised fans when she released Folklore on July 24, and simultaneously launched a merchandise collection that included a cozy cream-colored cardigan with embroidered stars and a small label reading 'the folklore album' But Amira Rasool, the CEO of fashion e-retailer The Folklore, quickly noticed that her brand and Taylor's album didn't just have a name in common: The styling of the logo was also quite similar, enough so that she accused the singer of ripping off the design. Popular: Taylor Swift debuted her seventh studio album, Folklore, to much fanfare last week Stuff to buy: She also released a merchandise line including this cardigan, which has a label reading 'the folklore album' Looks familiar! But Amira Rasool, the CEO of fashion e-retailer The Folklore, accused Taylor and her team of ripping off the logo for her fashion e-retail destination, The Folklore Rasool, 24, told InStyle that when she first learned the...
    (CNN)These days, things look a little different when Folake Akindele Coker gets to her office. "I arrive at 9am, all geared (up) for this invisible enemy," she says. The 45-year-old designer and founder of Nigerian fashion label Tiffany Amber now starts each day with a 10-minute safety talk for her production team, "who at first did not seem to understand the gravity and the potential of being infected by the (Covid-19) virus."Coker founded Tiffany Amber in 1998, and it's now considered one of Nigeria's most influential fashion and lifestyle brands.In early March, the number of colorful prints and couture runway garments that normally littered the factory floor dissipated, and the company's sewing machines began stitching hospital scrubs, gowns, stretcher sheets and non-medical face masks. Less than a month after the pandemic reached Africa, Tiffany Amber's entire factory refocused to produce personal protective equipment (PPE), something Coker notes took immense pressure to turn around. The colorful garments of the Tiffany Amber fashion line, seen here during Arise Fashion week in 2019, have since been replaced in production by PPE to...
    FANS slammed Kylie Jenner for failing to tag the Black-owned fashion label responsible for her sexy desert photoshoot look. The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, 22, eventually gave credit after receiving massive backlash. Kylie Jenner was called out for not tagging the Black-owned fashion label that designed the dress in her latest photosCredit: Instagram It all started on Monday when Kylie posted a snapshot of herself in a tight LoudBrand Studios dress, with a cold drink one hand and the other hand blocking the sun out her face. She followed it up with three more photos of herself in the desert wearing the ruched, yellow-and-gold, one-shoulder garment. The reality star reportedly did not tag the Black-owned fashion label behind the dress in any of her photos and deleted any fans who tagged the clothing company in the comments section. Eventually, followers claimed she ended up limiting the comments on the photos to make it easier to no receive any that mentioned the brand. Fans said it was 'lame' and 'cold'Credit: Instagram Some followers claimed she even deleted comments tagging...
    New Jersey Virus Transmission Rate Jumps to 10-Week High in ‘Early Warning Sign’ Which favorite foods do you remember from your childhood? New $89 Air Cooler Is Flying Off Shelves In The US Ad Microsoft 23 Cool Products That Could Sell Out In 2020 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/11 SLIDES © Vogue Being solely a musician isn’t enough these days. With celebrity multi-hyphenates ruling the worlds of music, film, and style—Rihanna, Justin Bieber, and Beyoncé, to name a few—clothing lines have become a mandatory symbol of pop dominance. The latest to develop his aesthetic into a chic label is Jackson Wang, the Chinese K-Pop star who serves as a member of the boy band Got7 in addition to having a successful solo career. Industry powerhouses like Armani, Fendi, and Adidas have sought out Wang, known for his elegant personal look, for campaigns and capsule collections. Though he’s currently front and center in...
    Us Weekly has affiliate partnerships so we might obtain compensation for some hyperlinks to services. Please word, costs and availability are legitimate at time of publication June 22, 2020, however are topic to alter. Marriage ceremony season might look totally different this yr, nevertheless it’s by no means too early to plan for the longer term! As everyone knows, it’s vital that you simply don’t end up in a last-minute bind and danger not having the proper gown picked out as soon as a elaborate occasion date approaches. And naturally, you additionally don’t wish to end up spending a fortune on a bit that you could be not put on once more! Shop With Us: This SPF Supergoop CC Cream Is the Secret to an Effortless Glow With that in thoughts, there are three fundamental standards relating to purchasing for a proper summer season occasion. Primarily, we have now to really feel comfy and assured within the piece we buy, we wish to be sure that we are able to repeat the look and we wish a value...
    Tommy Dorfman is accusing luxury fashion brand Ferragamo of “racist” and “transphobic” behavior. The “13 Reasons Why” star, who identifies as non-binary, previously partnered with Ferragamo as a photographer and curator for its February “Viva Viva” campaign, but announced on their Instagram Stories they cut ties three months ago. “The people who run this company are racist,” the 28-year-old actor wrote, as captured by Diet Prada. “They are transphobic. They are not body-positive. They will say ‘but we have cast black people and trans people’ which is true, but only by force of hand.” Continued Dorfman, “And those numbers remain small. And they fail to treat them equally. Only because of rage and threats to pull out of shooting a campaign for them did they succumb.” View this post on Instagram A post shared by Diet Prada ™ (@diet_prada) on Jun 4, 2020 at 1:09pm PDT The star went on to recall an incident in which the label’s creative director Paul Andrew allegedly “asked if, in photoshop, they could make a black model white.” “They have said heinous transphobic, body...
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