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Does this mean that if you're not Indian you can't wear a bindi or sari? Well, no – but the line is thin and definitely not straight.
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Racism is still rampant in the fashion world.
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Supermodel Jourdan Dunn says we "all have a social responsibility to be good to each other."
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"Life doesn’t end when you start getting a pension."
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Why is this still a thing?
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Time to get with the program, designers.
Something feels off-putting about the models' video auditions.
Bad news: the numbers still aren't good enough.
Deddeh Howard is out to prove we all have a place in the fashion industry.
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The app is making sure there’s room on the #RunwayForAll.
"Not a person of color in sight..."
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"I freak out every time I see someone who's not the typical runway body look ... We need so much more of that."
As long as diversity is a novelty, it’s not a way of life. And that’s a huge problem.
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The Swedish retailer continues to acknowledge and embrace diversity.
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The moments that reminded us slowly — but surely — this industry is moving in the right direction.
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"It sounds like a form of diversity but it really isn’t...It’s controlled diversity."
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"It's not just one type of people, or one nationality, or sex, or gender that buys fashion -- everybody's into fashion."
It's undeniable that diversity in fashion is a hot – and very important – topic this year. And while moves have been made to make the fashion world more inclusive (ie. the emergence of more plus-size...
"Let's show the industry that plus size is more than their hourglass tall and flat-bellied size 16s."
The results are simply stunning.
This is one street style shot that should go viral.
The model became the first woman of colour to front the mag in five years.
ModCloth is embracing diversity in a beautiful way. First, they became the first fashion company that pledged to stop Photoshopping models, and now, they're making strides with the LGBTQ community. T...