Posts Tagged: inclusivity in fashion

Fashion education is rooted in white, nondisabled, cisgender, thin worldview

Fashion schools have traditionally been as elitist as some of the luxury fashion houses. But Bendrak Barry, the new dean of Parsons, which is consistently voted the top fashion school in the US, is out to change all that. I

Fashion education is rooted in white, nondisabled, cisgender, thin worldview

Fashion schools have traditionally been as elitist as some of the luxury fashion houses. But Bendrak Barry, the new dean of Parsons, which is consistently voted the top fashion school in the US, is out to change all that. I

Fashion must embrace Black Lives Matter for eco-justice

If there’s any industry I know, it’s the fashion industry. I feel qualified to speak to this. It’s swirling with the casually cruel behavior which props up white supremacy. As we all look inward as a nation, and in the

Fashion must embrace Black Lives Matter for eco-justice

If there’s any industry I know, it’s the fashion industry. I feel qualified to speak to this. It’s swirling with the casually cruel behavior which props up white supremacy. As we all look inward as a nation, and in the

The Future of Gender Non-Conforming Fashion

It might seem like a fashion movement but it’s more than that, as a recent event in NYC made very clear. A new consumer is demanding to be recognized and tokenism won’t cut it. Read on here at FashionUnited…

The Future of Gender Non-Conforming Fashion

It might seem like a fashion movement but it’s more than that, as a recent event in NYC made very clear. A new consumer is demanding to be recognized and tokenism won’t cut it. Read on here at FashionUnited…

Gogo Graham’s AW19 Femme Fatale is Softly Powerful

When New York Fashion Week feels a little flat, you know it’s time to look away from the big names who’ve been doing the same old thing for decades and seek out the smaller creatives. This one has a particular

Gogo Graham’s AW19 Femme Fatale is Softly Powerful

When New York Fashion Week feels a little flat, you know it’s time to look away from the big names who’ve been doing the same old thing for decades and seek out the smaller creatives. This one has a particular